The sustainability of organizations is possible by constantly reviewing and renewing their way of doing business in today's global and competitive world. To achieve this, strategies need to be designed and renewed in parallel with the requirements.

Every organization has its inputs and outputs. Input costs contain controls, resources and capabilities, infrastructure/equipment/IT. The main goal is to increase the ratio of the value of outputs to the cost of inputs. However, in the accomplishment of products and services, the inability to define the requirements correctly leads to deficiencies in the design and implementation of the processes and an increase in input costs.

Processes are the core element of control inputs. Priority is always the correct functioning of the process. If the processes do not work correctly, they return to the companies as corrective actions and losses.

Corrective action is the effort required to correct and/or compensate for something wrong. Time spent resolving an uncertainty about what to do or how to do it is also a corrective action. It is called "intervention resources" which have been spent extra for corrective actions.  The purpose of the saving resources is to catch the quality and schedule despite the mistakes made. Many companies face unplanned costs when trying to meet quality and calendar goals. These unplanned costs are the rescuing resource costs and it is known that more than forty percent of resources are spent on these salvage resources.

The way to reduce corrective actions and consistently achieve consistent results is to ensure that the published data sets are clear, concise and valid. Companies underestimate the effect of data correctness with employee effectiveness. Intervention resources are spent to compensate for the drop in employee productivity as data integrity declines. Therefore, data integrity is the important to ensure the operational efficiency of a company, and the accuracy of the targeted data must be 100%.  It is essential to give importance to the enterprise configuration management process as much as the product configuration management process in order to reach the %100 correct data sets.

Sempro offers the Enterprise Transformation Model, which consists of four modules and supporting processes, to enable businesses to work lean and efficient. With the Enterprise Transformation Model, it is aimed to increase the value of the outputs by ensuring the correct structuring of the inputs, to reduce the losses and to define the correct set-up in the transition to digitalization.KDM-EN

 

Enterprise Transformation Model Modules

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Module 1: Strategic Planning and Implementation

Company strategies and objectives are developed.

Module 2: Assessment and Prioritization

In order to reach the targets determined in accordance with the developed strategies, the current situation of the company is evaluated and the areas that need to be corrected are identified as a priority.

Module 3: Alignment and Process Improvement

In order to develop or recreate the defined processes, the 'Enterprise Business Processes Adaptation Plan' is created and the related processes are developed/reformed according to this plan.

Module 4: Digital Transformation

Digital tools are defined in order to make the developed processes work flow in digital tools and the processes are adapted to digital tools as workflow.