Kenny & Company works with our clients to develop operating, efficient and measurable business processes. Our combination of experience and “commitment to make our clients business our business” and business-driven process approach, enable us to deliver measurable business process optimization outcomes.
Selected Business Process Optimization Case Studies
Our approach to business process design and optimization is centered on defined process levels, systems, organizations, owners, data, metrics, controls, reports, time and cost. We work across several process frameworks to achieve business process optimization for our clients.
Business Process Optimization
Our client is a leading provider of class action claims filing and recovery services in the U.S. Our client sought to improve their claims filing process by establishing optimized processes, methods, communications, tools, metrics and reports to support the growing volume of clients and claims.
Payroll Operations Process Improvement
Our client was a rapidly growing High-Tech cloud storage company, and found themselves using an inefficient and outdated payroll system. They had been given the opportunity to influence a planned upgrade by their payroll provider to better accommodate their needs, streamline their processes and address their issues, however they had no process documentation or information to take advantage of this opportunity.
Analytics Engagement Model and Service Optimization
Our client is a highly recognized health system of inpatient care, outpatient health centers, medical groups and virtual care services. The Clinical Business & Analytics organization wanted to better understand and standardize their core services offering of analytic solutions to enable cost effectiveness, efficiency and quality as well as optimize the engagement model of how those analytics services are delivered.
Selected Business Process Optimization Points of View
The Business of Healthcare Delivery
In the United States, healthcare is delivered within a variety of business models, such as not-for-profit, private, public-private collaborations and …
As Simple as SaaS? Not so FaaSt
The evolution of cloud computing has been one of the most compelling and widely debated technology advances over the past …
Using Agile Methods for Enterprise Software Implementations
Thirty-five percent of IT departments follow agile delivery methods, according to Forrester. No, they’re not just following iterative methods and calling it agile, but a little over twenty percent are and only thirteen percent are still following a waterfall method, including the famed CMM.