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Ballajura Business Process Mapping

What can Ballajura Business Processing & Mapping do for your business

What is business mapping, and how can it help your business? This is a framework used to implement systems via visual representations of the processes. The business processes and structure shows how the relationships between your business and the end product. This process of detailed documentation clearly states what a business does, why it does what it does, what the standards are for success, who is responsible and where these steps will need to be taken.

Business process mapping promotes transparency, not only for those within the company but for all stakeholders, especially those involved in compliance.

Business owner in Ballajura? Ballajura gets its name from the farm founded by the Kerruish, Eaton, and Creer families and owned by the Kerruish family until 1944. The site was thereafter utilized for livestock rearing until substantial urban expansion
began in 1978. Emu Lake is a major key feature in the area. The lake served as a source of water and food for the Aboriginal inhabitants prior to civilization. The Ballajura region was initially occupied in 1905, when
Ernest Maltby Kerruish, an immigrant from the Isle of Man, acquired the property for a farm near what is now Caversham. Ballajora was named after a farm in Maughold, Isle of Man. According to the Australian
Bureau of Statistics’ 2016 Population and Housing Census, the population of the Ballajura postcode area was 18,704 in an area of 8.9 square kilometers (3.4 sq mi). Residents of Australian origin made up 59
percent of the population. There are four elementary schools in the neighbourhood (Ballajura, South Ballajura, Illawarra, and Mary MacKillop Catholic Primary School) and one high school (Ballajura Community College) (BCC).
There is no railway line in the Ballajura region, however there are various local bus routes that run directly to the city.

The scope and purpose of business process modelling

Business Process Mapping is used to thoroughly document a current process and to model a new one. Its purpose is to create a detailed understanding of the process, people, controls, inputs and outputs. The end result is to simplify it all, make it more efficient and/or improve the process.

It requires time and discipline to conduct this mapping, but the payoff can be significant over time. Mapping has become common in the business world to standardize procedures, become more efficient, meet audit requirements and gain a competitive advantage.

Business process mapping symbols

Task/Activity

Flow

Event

Gateway

We help you set up all your processes so that they work. It can be overwhelming to create all your processes on your own, so let us help you. This is no small task but it will create a more streamlined future for yourself and your business.

Why use Business Processing & Mapping for your Ballajura business?

Business process mapping, an important part of project planning used for a range of project types, from simple improvement projects to more intensive business process re-engineering projects. Business process re-engineering is the drastic redesign of the entirety of the company’s processes. Some businesses chose to map their processes because they are conducting strategic planning, or are developing metrics for reporting.

  1. Process standardization
  2. Employee onboarding and training
  3. Process improvement
  4. Communication
  5. Compliance with regulating agencies (e.g. International Organization for Standardization, 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  6. Internal auditing

Our systems and team can work with you or your team to assist in the creation and implantation of these processes and maps. If you are interested call today on 0437 206 250 to talk about your business.

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