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business process re-engineering

A term used in UK healthcare management circles for the analysis and implemention of an organisation’s core goals.
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MAXIM also includes extensive hyper-text documentation that provides information both on concepts and approaches to business process reengineering as well as how to use the tool.
Objective: To understand the level of involvement with and opinions about business process reengineering among senior level executives attending the 1992 Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) show and conference
In addition, Accenture will lead a change management program across the PDMI user community, including DLA, its customers and industry; develop and conduct training for the PDMI community; and evaluate the Technical and Quality organizational structure in order to recommend business process reengineering improvements.
CSI) is a leading provider of professional services focusing on strategic consulting, data warehousing, business intelligence, business process reengineering, as well as integration and information technology management solutions.
He most recently served as a consultant to several government and corporate entities in the areas of technology development and commercialization, program management, business process reengineering and strategic planning.
Appian Corporation, the industry's first Business Process Management (BPM) company to deliver advanced process, knowledge and analytics functionality in a fully integrated suite, today announced a strategic alliance with Evans Incorporated, a business process reengineering firm committed to helping organizations evolve their business processes, expand their use of technology and improve their work environments.
Scott is a customer service expert with a pioneering career reflecting expertise in large-scale information technology automation, turnaround initiatives, business process reengineering, business development, and call center operations.

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