The Signavio Process Editor enables you to:
- Model currents processes (ie. new customer on-boarding or loan processing) and discover a more efficient way of operating.
- Create organizational buy-in for any changes by empowering all stakeholders to share their unique knowledge.
- React quickly to frequent regulatory shifts changing business requirements
Most importantly, the Signavio Process Editor features a natural integration with the Signavio Decision Manager. The Decision Manager helps banks turn complex financial regulation into understandable, actionable models for all affected employees and systems.
Imagine being able to take a massive, disruptive set of laws like Dodd-Frank and define exactly how it affects every operational decision made within your organization.
You could then see what business processes must be altered in order to avoid costly compliance violations. In the past, these kinds of adjustments could take years to enact across a banking enterprise. With the Signavio Decision Manager and Decision Management Notation (DMN), however, you can make changes continually and immediately notify affected parties, creating an environment for compliant process excellence.
The Process Editor and Decision Manager represent the most powerful combination on the market for banking process management. Users can simply model their current processes to identify bottlenecks or inefficiencies, simulating test cases to find new and better ways of doing business. Using Signavio’s collaborative BPM functionality, banks can make sure changes stick by engaging business users in the design process. Further, Signavio ties processes to the decisions that drive them, giving employees the tools to make the right choice at every critical turning point. This is what a true Business Transformation platform is all about.
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