Your operational model becomes a baseline for your next transformation program, accelerating your ability to initiate and execute large scale business and technology transformation programs.
Incremental changes to your operational model while your transformation program is in-flight automatically cascade into the future state model, unless they have been overidden by transformation program changes.
Process-centric requirements definition results in more complete requirements, without the waste of ill-defined requirements that are not necessary to support your future state operating model.
Importantly process-centric requirements definition empowers the business as it communicates requirements in the context of business process so that they can better understand, review and verify their accuracy and appropriateness.
Future state business processes transform into operational processes and are enriched to form Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The newly developed SOPs may be used to generate training material to help ensure a seamless transition from project into operations.
By incorporating your requirements into your process model, you generate your requirements specifications and tender request documentation directly from the model. This improves integrity of information, saves time and reduces rework.
Requirements defined within the BMS may be automatically synchronised with HP ALM for testing. Test results recorded in HP ALM are synchronised back into the BMS so that results may be summarised and presented in dashboards for business stakeholders.
Change management and training materials may be generated from the model. This saves time and ensures that this critical documentation is kept up to date as adjustments are made to future state, processes, procedures and technology support.