Margin and cost pressures as well as stricter transparency requirements lead to an intensified search for optimization potential in processes. Automation is one way to reduce activities that do not create additional value. Staff should be relieved of monotonous tasks in order to be able to spend more time on value-adding activities.
System-supported implementation projects are successful when business and IT understand each other. We assist you in achieving this understanding by deploying suitable tools such as the industry-standard Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0) to describe and align processes and policies in a practical manner.
Rules and regulations issued by national and international supervisory authorities are rapidly growing in scope and complexity, confronting players in the financial sector with immense challenges they have to master.
Identifying and meeting requirements for IT products, processes and projects lays the decisive foundation for a qualitative and overall efficient IT management and IT service management (ITSM).