Savvion Boosts BPM ROI with ‘Business Transformation'

Savvion has launched a Business Transformation Practice to help business and IT reap better ROI from BPM software. Savvion's Business Transformation Practice looks to address five key business concerns.

Tags: Business, Help Enterprises, BPM, Business Transformation Practice, Business Transformation, Savvion, Business Operations,


Savvion has launched a Business Transformation Practice to help business and IT execs capture better ROI from BPM software. Savvion's Business Transformation Practice aims to improve five key areas of concern to business.

The 5 key areas Savvion's BPT will focus on are:

  • Visibility—to help enterprises better understand ever-changing business challenges so they can develop the appropriate processes.
  • Agility—to help enterprises to more quickly respond to business changes.
  • Efficiency—to help business operations become more productive.
  • Business empowerment—to help companies describe, analyze and get the most out of the their business processes so they can quickly make the most informed decisions.
  • Economy—to help enterprises get the most ROI for the least amount money.

  • The Business Transformation Program is a joint effort between Savvion and the Operational Improvement Consulting Alliance (OICA), and management consulting firm focused on business operations transformation. The new program is comprised of two elements:

    --The Best Practices Program, consisting of BPM best practices developed by Savvion in the past decade; and
    --The Center of Excellence (COE) created by Savvion for each customer to manage, operate, and govern all BPM services throughout the company. The COE helps enterprises implement BPM in the enterprise, while helping them save money in the process. It also assists companies to respond more efficiently to changes in the business.

    "We believe the speed to effect change will be a key factor in the long-term ability of companies to compete," said Mohammad Ketabchi, President, CEO and Founder Savvion, in a statement. "Our Business Transformation Practice will help executives identify and leapfrog competitive business initiatives, giving them a distinct business edge."

    Tim Dooley heads Savvion's new BTP program. Dooley recently joined Savvion after seven years as vice president and technology manager of Bank of America's Enterprise BPM Center of Excellence.



    back