As a Process Excellence leader, you aim to deliver outstanding outcomes across the business. But all too often, you can only rely on gut feelings and partial, subjective data to find the execution gaps that are holding back your performance. What you need is an accurate, unbiased view of your processes and the means to act on your insights. From increasing productivity and minimizing loss to reducing cycle times and making sustained quality improvements, Celonis can help.
It’s time to say goodbye to slow and subjective Process Mapping methods and costly consulting fees. The Celonis Execution Management System (EMS) is built to accelerate every aspect of the Process Excellence journey — from optimizing a single process to driving full-blown, enterprise-wide digital transformation.
The Celonis EMS extracts data from your transactional systems to measure the execution capacity of your existing processes. It automatically knows where execution gaps — like bottlenecks, inefficiencies and unnecessary rework — are, and which of them have the greatest impact. It then takes action to remove them by automating real-time interventions across systems, as well as recommending next-best actions to the people on the ground.
With Celonis, you can continuously improve key business KPIs and easily quantify the impact of process improvements for your stakeholders.
Cut down rework and manual changes for faster, more accurate — and ultimately cheaper — processes.
Processes are the engine of experience. Smoother processes mean better experiences for both employees and customers.
Global technology powerhouse, Siemens, has increased its automation rate by 24% and reduced rework by 11% across their Order-to-Cash process, resulting in over €10M in savings.
“Celonis supports business execution at Uber by allowing us to look at processes all over the world and measure them in the same objective way. From there we can actually determine what our true performance levels are and work on improving them.”
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