management – why you should
say goodbye to Excel and
Visio FOR GOOD!
Jens Martin | Product manager
What you can expect from the webinar
Processes exist in absolutely every company. Writing about them, i.e. documenting them, is a great way to achieve transparency for everyone involved and allows you to stay coordinated and target-oriented. It is your cornerstone for improvements. Then you’ll suddenly know who is carrying out what activity and why within the company and see how each activity fits together.
Of course, it’s logical to use tools you are familiar with when starting out, such as Excel and Visio. Each step in the direction of process management is a right step. However, there are also disadvantages to creating processes using these everyday tools. There is no common “language” used; everyone merely writes the processes in whichever way they think is right. The documentation can also not be accessed by everyone at the same time and attached documents just make things more complicated and are not helpful.
So, you have to think about whether using Excel, Visio etc. is actually beneficial in the long run. This is why it is a good idea to take the next step in the direction of professional management. This is the only way that everyone can profit from the documented processes. This webinar will show you the lightweight and pragmatic way to get started using your Excel documentation as a basis.
4 reasons why you shouldn’t miss this webinar:
- This webinar will teach you the advantages that a process management tool has in the long run over Excel, Visio etc.
- Our experts will show you how to easily get started with process documentation (lean BPM application).
- We will use Bpanda to show you how to use your existing Excel documentation and build on it.
- Ask any questions you may have getting started with process management directly to our experts.
The most important information at a glance:
Topic: Professional process management – why you should say goodbye to Excel and Visio FOR GOOD!
Start: 10 a.m. CET | Duration: approx. 30-40 minutes
Speaker: Jens Martin | Product manager