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“We achieved phenomenal results leading to an extremely efficient organization. The time required to process commissions with accurate results was reduced by more than 50% with the new process implemented. The capacity gained eliminated the need for additional resources to accommodate Cisco's growing sales force and transaction volume.”

JuneAn Lanigan
Director (former)
Cisco Systems


A “Pickle” with My BPM Recommendations and Implementation

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Dear i4Process,

Our fund development programs which are run through two different operational methods, accounted for differently, and are based on policies in two different organizations. Once we created one consolidated model and optimized the process we wanted to recommend it to the two sponsors with an implementation plan. But we couldn’t finalize the implementation […]

A Faster Way to Gather Requirements (and Earn a Prize)

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As a prestigious university, we had over 100 varied graduate programs all of whom have their own application process. With a budget crunch we wanted to buy or build a system which would enable us to consolidate the multiple programs and standardize them into one application process. How do we understand the requirements for […]

Quick Wins - To Do or Not To Do

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Should we implement Quick Wins? “It seems like it will distract us from our overall purpose of improving the process and we are so busy now.” Most of my clients over the last 15 years have been really excited about finding Quick Wins and implementing them, but a few have really pushed back and said […]

How Do You Do Continuous Improvement?

implementation fish

So many of the clients I work with say, we can model and analyze the process and come up with recommendations for improvements but then it doesn’t stick. We start implementing the improvements and things get in the way – other priorities come up, the workload is too heavy, whatever…

I have begun using a […]