Despite its best efforts, most organizations simply cannot keep up with its competitors. Though large capital investments are made in the current processes, the return on investment is shrinking and incremental improvements often result in a more complex process that while costly, rarely yields improved production and quality.
When a process is broken beyond what a simple retooling or correction of a single inefficiency can correct, a complete re-engineering of a business process may be required. In these situations, business process re-engineering can mean the difference between continuing to struggle and getting back on top.
Nascor starts with a blank sheet of paper and rethinks existing processes to deliver more value to the customer. Our consultants typically adopt a new value system that places increased emphasis on customer needs. Companies reduce organizational layers and eliminate unproductive activities in two key areas. First, they redesign functional organizations into cross-functional teams. Second, they use technology to improve data dissemination and decision making.
Nascor offers business process re-engineering initiative that contains five major steps which ultimately reduces costs and cycle times and improves quality:
Refocusing on customer needs
Redesigning core processes, often using IT to enable improvements
Reorganizing a business into cross-functional teams
Rethinking basic organizational and people issues