Are you a process specialist or an enterprising manager and do you want to implement the SqEME method in your organization? That means that sooner or later you will have to effectively chart your processes.
Of course you can start with brownpapers, flipovers and designtools like Visio, but in the end that is far from ideal. There will come a time when you want to give more structure and meaning to the processes. That is when good tools provide you with the opportunity to realize added value.
‘Begin with the end in mind’ and start with good tools. The best moment to start is when you are designing and structuring of the processes. You will also notice the advantage during the further development, enriching the system and interactively sharing your process agreements. Those things are very hard using individual process drawings, e-mails and documents or various webpages. That is where the Comm’ant software is your greatest ally.
Commant webbased software for processmanagement
Comm’ant is an interactive webbased platform for process and quality management. The system runs in the cloud or on your own server in the organization. From the beginning Comm’ant is developed on the principles of SqEME: the elements you encounter in the SqEME approach apply directly to the Comm’ant tools.
You can easily use Comm’ant for your process inventory. And if you wish you can build even further, with a palet of integral control and compliance aspects, until you reach a fully functioning interactive management system that is actively used in your organization.
Let’s go to work!
For SqEME network participants we have developed the Comm’ant SqEME edition. This contains the Comm’ant Quality Manager software (in the cloud), which is build on the foundation of SqEME terminology and a Kick/start training of 1 day.
This package, including operational software for 3 months, costs only € 495,- (normal price € 795,-).
After 3 months a SqEME network participant pays € 77,- per month (normal price € 99,50), and you can cancel every month: no strings attached.
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