Process Analysis

Process Analysis

Process analysis is at the centre of the objective to maximise liquidity and revenue growth through a noticeable increase in organisational efficiency.

We operate exclusively on the basis of results obtained from our process analysis, intervene at all times delicately in the sensitive equilibrium of the organisational eco-system, and thus protect our clients from making a potentially wrong decision. Simply because, in less critical situations, a lasting optimisation is often perfectly sufficient. A hyper-motivated re-engineering, as is frequently practised, has in many cases even a negative effect on the efficiency of a company.

Capturing the processes
In many companies, the exact steps of many procedures are not commonly known, let alone documented. Most procedures arise from the wealth of knowledge and experience of individual employees.
Working together with the employees of our clients, our approach encourages this implicit, covert knowledge to be brought out. Our specialists in process design comprehend and capture even complex processes and circumstances in their full extent, quickly and effectively.


Documenting the processes
During documentation, we transform individual knowledge of employees into readily accessible and comprehensible collective knowledge for the organisation. This valuable, newly attained asset is secured by us and in addition, visualised simply and unambiguously in a graphical Processogram.


Transfer from process analysis to workflow management
The workflow model is the result of the transcription of our Processogram into a suitable form for an IT supported control of the processes in your organisation. This input matrix will be individually tailored to your organisation and your workflow management system, integrated and subsequently taught.  

Our detailed process analysis encompasses:


  1. Process cost analysis
  2. Analysis of organisational structure
  3. Product and/or portfolio analysis
  4. Market analysis
  5. Finance analysis
  6. Personnel analysis
  7. Analysis of organisational culture
  8. Analysis of contract management
  9. Efficiency analysis of company software as well as its IT architecture
  10. Efficiency analysis of customer relations management