Business-process reengineering (BPR) is a generic term covering a variety of perspectives on how to change organizations. There are at least two distinct roles for AI in BPR. One role is as an enabling technology for reengineered processes. A second, less common but potentially important role is in tools to support the change process itself.
You have now started the journey of automating your business processes and have started seeing the tremendous value it brings. However this is just the beginning of the journey. Business process automation while it saves you and your end users a lot of time doesn't mean that all your processes are perfect. There is always room to improve and make your employees', customers', partners' and suppliers' lives easier. This is where Business Process Improvement comes into the picture.
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Digital transformation remains a top priority for federal agencies. As many are learning, achieving this digital state requires significant work to reengineer the existing enterprise. At its most fundamental level, it means agencies must find ways to digitize business processes and service delivery to enable more intelligent, adaptive and efficient operations. Given the criticality and complexity of the work, we at Accenture Federal Services wanted to assess current digital process maturity and the progress the federal government has made to date. We conducted a survey of 200 government executives at both defense and civilian agencies, and it revealed valuable insights into the scope of the challenges agencies face in digitizing their operations and into the emerging best practices.
Dynamics 365 and AI are at the center of Microsoft's complex business contracts and transactions worldwide. They automate business processes and accommodate customized workflow management for all their globally distributed business units. Moving Microsoft contracts and transactions through a structured process helps them coordinate people and work efficiently.