September 17, 2009
IDS Scheer's ARIS Selected to Standardize Deloitte's Business Process Modeling Approach
By Anil Sharma
IDS Scheer, which offers business process management (BPM) solutions, has announced that Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu will standardize its IndustryPrint business process management content on the ARIS Platform.
Deloitte’s (News - Alert) IndustryPrint is a set of best-in-class business processes for 26 market segments, which will now be modeled, documented, maintained and used for client deployments using the ARIS process repository.
IndustryPrint accelerates process improvement by providing a working solution in a given industry and a common language for communication and collaboration on prospective design processes.
In a release, IDS Scheer officials said that by standardizing on ARIS and integrating it with the IndustryPrint content, Deloitte will deploy a consistent approach to process modeling and process improvement.
“We are thrilled Deloitte has selected ARIS as a strategic delivery platform for its services,” said Peter Gérard, CEO of IDS Scheer AG, in the release.
Gérard said that Deloitte’s selection of ARIS demonstrates its strength and value, and underscores the market positioning of ARIS as the industry standard for business process management. ARIS delivers a set of software tools and methods that provide the basis for sustainable process management and establishes a structure for process governance.
The companies standardize their processes using ARIS as a master process repository in order to provide enterprise transparency and make better business decisions.
By using ARIS, organizations can streamline their operations, reduce costs, and improve consistency.
Back in July IDS Scheer announced that it had helped global company SIKA Information to implement an internal control system (ICS) for rapid identification and management of problem situations.
An independent subsidiary of SIKA AG, the company now deploys the process-oriented ARIS Solution for governance, risk and compliance management to create a connection between business processes and the relevant risks, as well as to execute test cases as part of the ICS.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard