What is BPS?
BPS is an acronym for business process standardization, the act of unifying or creating set standards or best practices that a whole organization follows.
BPS is required when there isn’t a consistent process in place, or if various teams are doing the same work, yet using different processes to reach their end goal.
Why is BPS important?
BPS helps create standards and alignment within an organization. If there are no standardized processes in place, employees will spend precious time guessing how to best complete a task. Implementing BPS means that tasks can be finished in a way that is already determined to work best, ensuring quality results. Productivity is promoted as employees don’t need to search through lengthy documentation or tap their colleague on the shoulder to find out how a certain process works.
Overall BPS saves time for both individuals and the organization as a whole. As more processes are standardized, companies can expect to see their way of working streamlined and more efficient.
How is BPS related to Digital Adoption Platforms (DAPs)?
Digital adoption platforms are designed to facilitate seamless software learning by simplifying user experiences in an effort to promote efficiency on any software platform, app, or website. DAPs are instrumental in automating business processes and can accelerate user adoption through the implementation of standardized flows throughout any platform.
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