Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is defined as the essential reconsidering and extreme redesign of business processes to reach dramatic progress in vital modern measures of functionality including price, quality and pace. BPR plans to make the construction of an organization serve the stream of products/services and outcome in the generation of leaner and fitter organizations. A common BPR endeavor contains the subsequent main stages:
– Review, update & assess as-is business processes
– Design to-be enterprise processes
– execute & Evaluation to-be enterprise processes
BPR projects require modern methodologies, notations and systems (i.e. modeling resources), that are designed to facilitate, optimize predicted results, empowering procedure care and modification, while the firm and its company environment change over time. Such endeavors also can address any horizontal (section) or perpendicular (finish-to-end procedure) subset of a company, based on business goals.