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Atlas Play

We make mapping business processes intelligent

Businesses too often have offline systems that fail to reflect what really happens in their company.

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Mapping business processes, intelligently

Map everything

Using intelligent business process mapping (iBPM), Atlas Play moves beyond just mapping business processes and enables mapping processes that can learn, grow and ultimately adapt to companies’ development and future goals.

Data is key and with Atlas Play, data leads decision making. The processes created in Atlas Play can collect, analyse and utilise data. This enables mapped processes to intelligently improve themselves as they’re run, highlighting areas for attention and minimising wasted time and resources.

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Enhancing business roles & responsibilities

Engage people

Atlas Play enables a holistic understanding and control of business roles and responsibilities. Within Atlas Play business roles can be assigned to the right people and the responsibility for completing tasks within mapped processes can be assigned intelligently.

Complex companies with a million moving parts can operate without friction, every person or system carrying out responsibilities key to their role efficiently. Deadlines can be met, priorities understood, and tasks carried out when they should be.

Seamless system integration

Always integrate

In Atlas Play, you control how and when systems interact. Everything from payroll to product delivery can be organised. The complex systems that live within every aspect of a business can be plugged into Atlas Play into business processes.

Atlas makes use of advanced API technology and by taking control of how systems interact, users can decide how those systems operate within mapped processes. Complexity and stress become simplicity and confidence.

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Continuous improvement in business

Move forwards

Every company has a different idea of what ‘business improvement’ is. Atlas Play lets anyone define the metrics to measure their continuous improvement by. Those metrics can be used when mapping business processes to ensure continuous development at every step.

By defining business KPIs and implementing business process improvement any company can surge on in the right direction. If you know your KPIs and adapt on how change helps achieve them, continuous improvement is possible for all.

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Measuring business performance continuously

Measure success

Change can be scary but change means progress. Atlas Play provides a platform where anyone can enact impactful changes in their business processes, and then track how those changes affect the business.

Mapped business processes can be run and evaluated in real time, providing instant understanding of their effectiveness. Processes that have been put in place can be automatically evaluated, amended and updated based on shifting goals and an ever-changing business landscape, even as they’re being run.

Testimonials

What our customers say

Client

Peter Wilson CEng MIET
Lancaster University

Role

Senior Research Associate

We are just at the beginning of two Industry 4.0 projects which will utilise Atlas software. The team is very knowledgeable, flexible and professional. I have high expectations of Atlas!
Client

Steve Horrex
Cambridge Vacuum Engineering Ltd.

Role

Head of Sales

In Cambridge Vacuum Engineering, one of the key customer demands for turbocharger welding systems is full industry 4.0 compliance. With Atlas we will provide traceability, improve productivity, reduce downtime and achieve a reliable production output.
Client

Dr. Katy Milne
MTC (DRAMA)

Role

Chief Engineer

As a centre of innovation working with supply chain companies from multiple sectors, MTC needs an extremely flexible and configurable workflow management system. That's why we have been beta testing Atlas Play in our state-of-the-art additive manufacturing facility in the DRAMA programme.

FAQ

How do you map business processes?

Each process is unique but if you follow these steps you can map almost any process:

  • Identify the problem or goal
  • Understand how that problem can be fixed or goal achieved
  • Understand who can and should be involved
  • Map out the simplest version of the process
  • Run the process and evaluate how effective it is
  • Continuously improve the process

What is iBPM?

iBPM stands for intelligent business process mapping. iBPM uses technology such as robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to make business process mapping more effective

Why define roles and responsibilities?

By defining roles and responsibilities, you give the people in your organisation a proper understanding and ownership of what they need to do, what they can improve and how they can help the business make progress.

What is the purpose of system integration?

By linking separate software systems into a cohesive whole, system integration allows data to flow freely throughout a business, rather than getting clogged up and lost in unconnected systems.

How can business processes be improved?

There are simple steps you can take to improve business processes:

  • Analyse your current workflow – Where are there hold ups? Where are resources being wasted?
  • Look at the roles, responsibilities and users involved. Can anyone else in your organisation make this process work better? Is anyone involved in the process better suited to other areas?
  • If you can automate, do automate. Speed up the process and free up your people to engage elsewhere.
  • Make changes and run your process again. If you’re unhappy, make changes and run your process again. And again. And again!
  • Keep testing, keep evaluating, keep improving.

What are 5 key performance indicators?

KPIs are different for every company, but here’s an example list:

  • Revenue Growth
  • Income Sources
  • Brand Awareness
  • Sustainability
  • Customer Satisfaction

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