The PATRIAS™ Operation Modelling techniques
Founded on classic supply chain and business process modelling techniques, the PATRIAS™ Supply Chain Modelling (SCM) and Business Process Modelling (BPM) techniques provide a novel and succinct representation of your current and anticipated future operation with all the rich data needed for technology impact analysis and understanding.
Supply Chain Modelling
The PATRIAS™ SCM technique aims to capture and represent the often complex supply chain structure in a simple model. The technique builds on classic academic and industry applied supply chain modelling to represent a modern supply chain's cyclical and non-linear relationships.
The deliverable is an improved awareness of the supply chain, insights into potential organisational changes, and a framework for other PATRIAS™ techniques.
'As Is' Business Process Modelling
The PATRIAS™ BPM technique aims to capture and represent the processes in each stage of the supply chain. The technique builds on the attributes of the eight most popular BPM techniques of the last 100-years with additional operational performance, operator perceived pain points and technology impact representation.
The deliverable is a single sheet business process diagram for each supply chain stage that contains all the data needed by the PATRIAS™ analysis techniques.
'To Be' Business Process Modelling
Combining the anticipated impact findings from the PATRIAS™ analysis techniques (QBB, FAR and PPR), the findings from the automated intelligent system capability assessment (Level 3 PCA technique) and the implementation roadmap (AIR technique) the Level 2 PATRIAS™ BPM technique illustrates the short- and longer-term 'To Be' business processes for each stage of the supply chain.
'To Be' BPM diagrams aid understanding of the anticipated impact and enable managers and operators to plan the transition.