Signavio Process Manager Easier to Show ROI
Has the solution made it easier to show ROI and, as a result, persuade other parts of your organization to take on improvement initiatives? If yes, please provide an example.
Measuring ROI is quite a complex thing, which is probably the main reason why we don't currently do it.View full review »
We just finished a proof of concept with a first-year automotive supplier in Germany where we completed a very rough analysis of about two weeks. We tried, based on the process intelligence approach, to improve the procure to pay process and for example, in this process we identified a quarterly potentially for savings of about €70,000 ($77,000 USD). That's definitely a saving. We also have the company from Liechtenstein company that started from a blank sheet of paper and now they have an entirely functioning process landscape. This is intangible and not really a money-wise benefit, but they gained a thousand people in the process landscape during half a year. That's amazing.View full review »
Our return on investment at the moment time-savings on project communications.View full review »
There has been time saved, definitely. Getting the monetary value requires additional effort in your process capture because, without the measures on that, process capture very hard to get to the monetary value of return on investments. Time is very easy to prove because I can see that from the number of people that would have been in workshops to capture those processes initially and how many times we would have been around that same scenario to do that. However, to get to specific use cases, you need to have the measures around those processes captured at the same time, so that's another degree of capture that you wouldn't have necessarily done in the original process capture, but it's fine. It's doable and then you can get to the monetary value, but we have not done that.View full review »
Our return on investment is intangible at the moment. It's because of our operating model.View full review »