ERNI Performance Improvement

The systematic approach to achieving economical processes

Growing margin pressures, increasingly strict regulatory requirements and rising complexity in the development of products and business applications are bringing about major changes within IT, R&D and business organisations.

We will help you to successfully and optimally extend or improve your process improvement and/or process management systems with existing reference models (CMMi, RUP, ITIL, WS3 or ISO). This helps to ensure that your collaboration processes remain manageable even under pressure. Our methodical approach seeks to enable your development organisations to consistently build top-quality software despite cost pressures, tight deadlines and growing requirements.

Increasing process maturity step by step – from analysis to measurable results: methodical ERNI change & process management

Industrialised business and IT development processes can lower costs and improve economic viability. Our consultants employ analysis, evaluation and change management methods that are proven to be effective. This allows us to systematically work with your team of experts in a step-by-step process and with the required level of sensitivity. The aim is to arrive at flexible and scalable collaboration scenarios that generate enthusiasm among participants, while delivering a higher degree of process maturity. This also means better efficiency and competitive benefits that are clearly measurable in the long term.

ERNI Process Improvement – a measurable increase in efficiency

ERNI change and process management consultants provide constant assistance to your teams as they work to overcome the challenges of your collaboration and process improvement project. We will assist and empower your teams in the following areas:

  • Development of new or improvement of existing quality management systems
  • Definition of process management systems and measurement cockpits
  • Introduction and implementation of a previously defined process model
  • Sustainable improvement in process performance
  • Increase in process maturity to a specific level
  • Stepwise implementation in everyday practice
  • Stabilisation of introduced processes and assurance of ongoing improvement measures