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Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) is the strategic analysis of business processes and the planning and implementation of improved business processes. The analysis is often customer centred and holistic in approach.BPR is a multi-disciplinary subject and should involve more than IT specialists. Nevertheless, IT can support BPR in many ways: Software can be used to help with gathering information about the current business organisation. Workflow and process analysis tools, business modelling and simulation, On-line analytic processing (OLAP), Data mining all have a role to play.
The Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI.org) is a group of software vendors, consulting firms, and non-profit organizations working on the development of open standards for the management of mission-critical business processes that span multiple applications, corporate departments and business partners
The BPR Online Learning Center is one of the industry's most comprehensive resources for reengineering and change management teams. The learning center offers an index of BPR articles from around the world, an online tutorial series, benchmarking studies, yellow pages for BPR resources, and information on reengineering toolkits and document templates for project teams.
"Business Process Reengineering- taking a holistic customer-focused systems view and changing the organisation. Encompassing: "the vision thing", understanding business processes and workflow along the supply chain; business, CIM and IT-based analysis; organisation theory and HRM; IT support through the internet, computer supported co-operative working (CSCW), and the possibility of teleworking"
www.reengineering.com was the online version of the Enterprise Reengineering publication before it closed it's doors in September, 1996. Some of the articles that were available can still be seen in the Library Archives.
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