INDUSTRIES

Business Flows is unlike any other process repository. It addresses industry-specific business cases on a level of detail not seen before. At the same time simple to understand. We are working on more processes and areas to come.

Best Practices for the industry.

> CHEMICALS

> PHARMACEUTICALS

> CONSUMER GOODS

> DISCRETE MANUFACTURING


CHEMICALS

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The chemical industry creates an immense variety of products which impinge on virtually every aspect of our lives. Because of this variety processes differ. Our processes show the differences between Basic ChemicalsSpecialty ChemicalsConsumer Chemicals and Distribution Business. Each of them have their own business process map. 

PHARMACEUTICALS

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Due to intense economic, regulatory, and competitive pressures, the pharmaceutical industry is undergoing rapid change. Companies that wish to remain successful in this situation must reduce the time to market of their products, increase the performance of their production systems and optimize their entire delivery chains. Our processes cover the Pharmaceutical-Development and Manufacturingprocesses.

CONSUMER GOODS

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The consumer goods industry creates an immense variety of products. Because of this variety processes differ. Our processes show the differences between 
Consumer Products & Wholesale Industry,  Apparel and Footwear, Foods and Beverage.

DISCRETE 

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Discrete manufacturing is the production of distinct items. Discrete manufacturing is often characterized by individual or separate unit production. The processes deployed in discrete manufacturing are not continuous in nature. Each process can be individually started or stopped and can be run at varying production rates.

Our processes cover Engineer to Order including Product Variant Configuration. The integration to Product Lifecycle Management and Project Services as well as the the after market sales and services.