The word Business Process Re-engineering came into effect in the early 1990’s and was first mentioned in an article published in the Harvard Business Review by Michael Hammer. The inherent problem that inspired him to publish such an article was that he could see too many Organizations investing heavily on adopting new technologies while automating ineffective and inefficient existing processes.
To maintain or increase profitability and to maintain a competitive advantage in an ever changing & challenging marketplace, organizations still rely on Business Process Re-engineering. When executed well, BPR can provide more effective and efficient operations, with an improved bottom line and reduced costs.
Affility has a successful track record of assisting many Organizations achieve quantifiable benefits through BPR. Our business process expertise spans all major business functions including Operations, Finance, HR and IT. We have the capability to deliver end-to-end solutions for all your Business Process Re-engineering needs with assured short-term and long-term benefits.