Course Information

Course Fee

Free

Skill Level

Beginner

Duration

35 minutes

Model and publish business processes confidently

In this free online course, you will become familiar with BIC Process Design by learning the basic functionalities and the hidden power behind a database-driven system.
Get step-by-step instructions on how to use the tool and learn all about the benefits of the system that you can use for yourself and your organization.
With these first steps you will lay the foundation for a successful representation of your business processes.
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By the end of this course, you'll have learned how...

  • to navigate through
    BIC Process Design.

    Get a first overview of the most important views of our process management tool.

  • to use the basic functionalities
    for your own needs.

    Learn all the features of BIC Process Design and the importance of mapping processes in an all-in-one solution for BPM.

  • to model diagrams and
    maintain the database.

    Building a database-driven process structure offers huge hidden benefits that you will all get to know.

Who is this course for?

  • Everyone who is interested in modeling processes with BIC Process Design

  • Employees and responsible persons in process management

  • Business Analysts and Process Optimizers

Lars Versteegen &
the GBTEC-Team

In our consulting team, Lars is a specialist for quality and process management. With extensive experience in live or in-person trainings, Lars helps our customers integrate a management system to reduce process waste and improve the quality of individual processes as a consultant. With this course, together with our elearning experts, he wants to help you grow as well!
Let's get started!

Lars Versteegen
academy@gbtec.com
Lars Versteegen Consultant Gbtec

What's inside this course...

  1. 1
    • Welcome!

    • What is BIC Process Design?

    • Why BIC Process Design?

  2. 2
    • Distributed and secure authoring environment

    • Integrated process portal for all stakeholders

    • BIC Design as an Integrated Management System

  3. 3
    • Structuring your process information

    • Integrating processes

    • Fast access to relevant process information

    • Analysis

  4. 4
    • Getting started as an author

    • Getting to know the authors toolbox

    • Looking beyond the diagram: master data

  5. 5
    • Congratulation!

    • Your input matters

    • Add more depth in BIC