Developing and improving process-centric SOPs and work instructions

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Rapid System™

Accelerating and improving delivery of IT & ERP projects

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World class business process management consultancy and training

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Daniel T. Jones Interview

Where does Lean stand in 2014?

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Integrated training for a multi-lingual, globally dispersed audience

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Integrated compliance, quality and performance

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Torque Management


TPSOP® is a solution for integrated compliance, quality and performance that replaces text-based standard operating procedures (SOPs) with on-line process centric SOPs/WIs; lowering risk and cost and improving compliance effectiveness and training. It caters for acknowledgement of receipt of instruction and is effective even where the audience is geographically dispersed or multi-lingual.

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Rapid System™

Torque Rapid System™ is a process-led methodology that greatly accelerates the delivery of IT systems projects. Large IT and ERP Projects are expensive, risky, take a considerable amount of time and many even fail to deliver, under-deliver or overrun. Our proven Rapid System™ methodology allows us to turn a 3-4 year project, into an 18 month project with higher rates of user adoption and costs reduced by 35-40%.

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Forms Online

Whether you want to develop new forms, convert manual forms or integrate forms with existing applications, Forms Online can support your needs and Torque Management will provide the necessary guidance and assistance to ensure your project is successful. Forms Online ensures compliance posture is strengthened, efficiency is increased and management Information is improved. Forms Online integrates perfectly with TPSoP®.

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Consultancy & Training

We are experts in multiple BPM disciplines including Lean, Six Sigma and ISO. Our consultancy services cover Business Process Management (BPM), IT and Quality Management Systems. Our IT best practice services are dedicated to the research, measurement and delivery of IT performance improvement and best practice, underpinned by our process-led, collaborative approach.

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News & Insights

Our Top 9 BPM Blogs to Follow

Our 9 Favourite BPM Websites and Blogs for 2015 Got a tenth BPM Blog you'd like us to add to the list? Let us know @TorqueBPM

IT's Important Role in the First 100 Days of Mergers & Acquisitions

M&A activity has been increasing in recent years, reaching a mid-year high in 2014 that hadn't been seen since 2007. In any industry, mergers bring a lot of change - change that creates a new sense of excitement, enthusiasm and improvement, change that is clearly visible and planned for, and changes, challenges and issues that are unexpected, emerge gradually, or even appear somewhere much further down the line but are apparent to have occurred as a result of the M&A process. Or perhaps lack of process!

New Pills for Old Ills

In a piece on Clay Richardson's Forrester blog in November of last year, he predicted that 2015 would see the BPM industry disrupted by things like low-code vendors, improved dynamic case management, smart process apps and a stronger focus on the customer. While there is a lot to be said for the current, 'traditional' BPMS you have in place and the approaches and strategies you can use to get the full value from it, there are also some exciting elements to new BPM offerings. We take a look at how you can get more from your current BPMS and what to consider if you think it's time for a change.

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Assess your organisation's business process management in just 17 questions

From inside an organisation, it can be hard to see the wood from the trees. You probably have a 'sense' of whether business processes are well defined or not but it may not be quite as bad as you think. On the other hand, it could be a lot worse. We've developed an easy to use tool to help you make an initial assessment, along with advice on where to go next and how to get there.

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