Predicting a Process Timeline
Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Vista, CA BP Logix software facilitates rapid change and process improvement. Its flagship product, Process Director, learns how an organization's processes behave, predicts the impact of changing business conditions on running processes and provides the process intelligence businesses need to make effective and appropriate ecisions.
Any process that is automated will truly reflect how work is actually performed, efficiently or otherwise
If Process Director determines that any future task—or the process as a whole—is in danger of running late, the product can either take direct action or notify a business manager to intercede manually. As a result, Process Director provides users with the earliest possible opportunity to intervene and correct potential issues long before they impact outcomes.
The company is not focused on specific vertical markets, however, has a growing customer representation in pharmaceutical/life sciences, healthcare and manufacturing.
Enabling Users Anywhere Strategy
This strategy enables users to make business decisions and process changes regardless of their location. Using smart phone and tablets users can respond to inquiries and requests in real-time.
The company’s customers include Fortune 1000 companies like Abbott Labs, Bechtel, DuPont, Johnson & Johnson, NEC Labs, Rite Aid and Starwood Hotels & Resorts as well as institutions like the National Institute of Mental Health, ITT Educational Institute, colleges and universities. They all respond to changing market, customer, partner and regulatory demands and view BPM as a tool that enables them to do so faster than their competitors.
BPM asserts that before any process can be automated it must be standardized —and any process that is automated will truly reflect how work is actually performed, efficiently or otherwise. BP Logix delivers its product both onsite and through the cloud.