After the “PLAN” is developed, businesses must create a strategy to operate at optimum levels. For organizations in nearly every area, creating efficient business operations can deliver key competitive and operational advantages. Many organizations find they can transform business processes by removing duplicate or unnecessary steps, automating as many processes as possible, and outsourcing noncritical functions to trusted third parties.
As a key enabler of many business process transformation initiatives, Information Technology (IT*) allows new forms of collaboration, new ways of collecting and sharing information, and even new ways of thinking about that information.
In the 1990’s, organizations began using the era’s new technologies, including workflow management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and advanced databases. Today, organizations seeking business process transformation can turn to the new wave of mobile devices, social media, virtualization, and cloud computing
We believe that incorporating those functions into one's everyday business resources will provide a postive infastructure to produce a conducive profit strategy pool.