The Business Process Management Cycle


Phase 1: Status quo analysis

Thorough examination

In-depth recording and analysis of all value-adding core processes and all supporting management processes

Holistic approach

Cross-departmental process thinking prevents operational blindness, insular thinking and black box niches in the company.

Phase 2: target definition / modeling

Optimized budgeting

Using open source solutions, we minimize your entry costs.

Integration into existing system landscapes

The JIT experts integrate the required new solutions quickly and seamlessly into your existing system landscape.

Step-by-step approach

Integration into the system and process landscape happens in defined steps to ensure a smooth transition.

Phase 3: implementation

Map and execute tasks

Our modular concept helps to integrate manual and automated tasks smoothly into existing and new processes.


Automated process execution makes it easier for your company to scale up whenever necessary.

Phase 4: Implementation / Control


Automatic, detailed logging of all activities.


Precise historization keeps the required data available at all times.


Automatic logging of all process instances ensures complete overview of all individual processes.

Efficient planning

Process traceability and automatic process logging helps to, e.g., allocate employee-related resources more efficiently.

Process documentation

BPMN diagrams for process execution will also come handy for documenting the processes for the various company departments.

In-house knowledge transfer

The process models display all processes transparently and make them available for training and knowledge transfer purposes.

Phase 5: Optimization

Simplified controlling

Automated records support controlling.

Ongoing improvement

Using latest technical standards in your process notation cuts your costs, increases your time efficiency and raises your flexibility and agility in the management and optimization of multiple processes.

Certifications made easier

Our BPM standards provide full transparency. This helps to meet quality standards for, e.g., ISO certifications.