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Wizsm Process Design Solution

Are you using Visio or Microsoft Office to document processes?

Organizations interact with internal and external stakeholders through its processes. If processes are not documented, then accountability is absent and employees independently determine their own process. These inconsistent processes based on personal preferences, lead to organizational inconsistency and inefficiency.

Organizations use consultants or internal process teams, to deliver business process definition projects in order to ensure efficient processes. However, the very absence of an enabled process to deliver these assignments will impact the effectiveness of the delivery.

Relying on tools such as Visio and Microsoft Office to manage the process repository is cumbersome, and it is challenging to update changes and manage versions across the process repository. This could lead to the process repository being outdated  and employees who refer to these outdated processes, will find workarounds, leading to inconsistent and inefficient processes.

Consulting companies and internal process teams, are increasingly implementing process tools such as Wizsm Process to document and maintain their process repositories.

The Wizsm Process Design & Improvement Solution ensures all dimensions of the processes are captured into a centralized process repository, starting with the activities and their sequence. Roles and responsibilities incorporating concepts such as the RACI Matrix are as well included, along with associated elements such as risks and controls.

The Wizsm Process Design & Improvement Solution is built on Wizsm Process and Wizsm Visivo and replaces process management using Visio, PowerPoint and Word.


The leading 25% of organizations succeed because they identify processes that need improvement or innovation.


75% of organizations are still standardizing and automating processes.


The leading 25% of organizations succeed because they identify processes that need improvement or innovation. (Gartner).

Processes need to be documented, published to stakeholders, and monitored for compliance and effectiveness.

Process redesign and continuous improvement are two sides of the same coin, and drive process efficiency.

Employees interaction with customers and other stakeholders, are impacted by organizational processes and its efficiency.

Analysis of processes enable identification of bottlenecks and highlight potential improvement opportunities.

Process improvement & innovation are key differentiators and address the challenges of static & routine processes.

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