Enhanced FlexNet Global Process Manager covers multiple locations
An upgrade to the Apriso FlexNet Global Process Manager application lets manufacturers more efficiently create, manage and retire business processes while governing standardized best practices across multiple physical locations.
Long Beach, CA– Apriso has introduced an upgrade to its FlexNet Global Process Manager application that lets manufacturers more efficiently create, manage and retire business processes while governing standardized best practices across multiple physical locations.
FlexNet Global Process Manager makes business process governance part of a lifecycle approach, leveraging an architecture embedded within the FlexNet platform. The architecture enables managers to quickly update processes wherever they may reside, improving agility to changing market conditions.
Historically, manufacturers have been challenged with the creation, standardization and governance of business processes, including how to best identify, maintain and distribute those considered “best-in-class.”
FlexNet Global Process Manager improvements include:
Enhanced security options and electronic signatures, to assure proper governance of changes
Automated checks, validations and deployment preparation, to eliminate human errors
Tracked versioning and change management, to adhere with regulatory compliance initiatives
Standardized business processes at one location or many, to achieve global consistency
Advanced execution of continuous improvement programs, from the top-down or bottom-up, to support streamlined, automated best practices distribution
Says John Fishell, director of product management at Apriso, “This proven approach enables significant first mover competitive advantage, improved operational performance through global continuous improvement initiatives and reduced IT costs from a global approach to governance of business processes.”
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