Mavim empowers a collaborative approach to business process management and improvement. By extending and enhancing the capabilities of Microsoft Visio, Mavim provides the ideal environment for users to collaborate and improve upon an organization’s business process infrastructure.
Mavim supports simultaneous modelling in the following languages: BPMN, EPC, iDEF0, cross functional flow charts/swim lanes. In Mavim, it is simple to model processes, publish to the web, approve the content and share with end users to support Lean, Six Sigma, or Operational Excellence trajectories.
Learn more about how Mavim can help you create a Digital Twin of your Organization.
The Foundation of a Digital Twin of an Organization
With Mavim, companies can create a dynamic, virtual representation of their organization in its operational context – what Gartner calls a Digital Twin of an Organization. Every asset that falls within the context of an organization (processes, technology, architecture, infrastructure, customer interactions, business capabilities, strategies, roles, responsibilities, products, services, distribution channels) can be connected, reported upon and visualized. Bi-directional functionality facilitates change making to both the live and virtual environments in order to keep the two worlds in sync. This helps business leaders assess the impact of change in a controlled environment.
Simplify your process (re)design by visualizing your processes automatically, based on data from your transactional systems.
By applying algorithms to your data, process mining shows you exactly how your process flows through your organization.
Leverage free form designs to depict the flow of work across the organization in the language of business users.
Why BPM with Mavim
Business process management (BPM) is a discipline aimed at coordinating the behavior of systems, people, and information in order to achieve a business outcome. The success metric for traditional BPM is operational efficiency which is made possible through standardization and automation. However, the future of BPM will require improvisation, flexibility, and innovation in order to deliver an increasingly customer-centric experience. Future-oriented BPM will require the support of technology that facilitates multi-language and multi-modeling techniques that empowers employees to service customers by doing the right thing at the right time. The future of business process management is not only holistic, but fully integrated into the business. This means that any tool supporting BPM leaders needs to be able to provide functionalities of visualization of landscapes, applications, processes, and KPIs on a level of abstraction that is easy for management and non-BPM professionals to consume. It is not about limiting BPM leaders, but about integrating their critical knowledge into the business in order to drive value.