HOUSTON, December 28th, 2011 – PECTRA Technology, Inc., American company specialized in Business Process Management - BPM, is proud to announce a new accomplishment in the market. It was awarded with a new gold medal for the 7th consecutive year at the
“It is very rewarding that our efforts to provide cutting edge technology to improve business performance of our customers is recognized worldwide”, said Maria Cozzi, Public Relations Manager of PECTRA Technology, Inc. "This award positions our solution as the most awarded in the BPM industry and as one of the main players in the world " she added.
The implementation of PECTRA Technology Inc. awarded this year was developed for the National Water Commission, Mexico (CONAGUA), an organization that administrates and protects the waters of Mexico, with the participation of society to achieve sustainable use of the resource. This organization is heir to a long hydraulic tradition and throughout its history several distinguished professionals and specialists from various disciplines have been part of it, all of them internationally recognized for their dedication and expertise.
The solution adopted by the National Water Commission was PECTRA BPM Suite. In 2004 due to regulations and initiatives of the Government of Mexico, the National Water Commission decided to initiate a BPM project to standardize, organize and control the management processes of budgetary resources for public works and procurement services, which mobilized more than a billion dollars each year. The public consultation is available through an online information system, which promotes transparency of this organism.
Benefits of the BPM implementation
"The implementation has allowed us to improve the image of the CNA and allowed us to provide all of society access to relevant information to assess and monitor the performance of public administration, through a transparency portal," said Engineer Soto Priante, General Deputy Director of Irrigation Infrastructure.
"The execution of the BPM project means a great achievement for the institution, taking into account the demands of the Mexican community to government entities and agencies, which favors greater control of the tasks, processes and activities carried out by officials and employees”.
- Greater adoption of BPM 1-18 ongoing processes, with a 700% growth in the number of users and the addition of 23 new states, 13 regions and 15 cities with the project.
- Recovery of the total investment in the first 18 months and savings in materials / supplies of USD 340,000 per year and the current expenditure of USD 238,000.
- Greater employee satisfaction (50% and 76%) due to a 67% reduction in administrative and manual tasks, mostly reporting.
- Improved public perception and credibility due to the availability of information about public works for the development of irrigation infrastructure.
- Numerous awards received including the Nobel Annual Transparency, Innova recognition considering that the system has a favorable impact on the six governance strategies.
About the Global Awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow
Year after year, Future Strategies Inc., with the support of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC), BPM Focus and BPM.com, awards the best implementations in five regions: Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa, Caribbean & South America, and North America. These prestigious institutions are the highest authorities in the BPM field.
The winners from each region were selected by a panel of judges comprised of one representative from each sponsor company. In virtual awards ceremony, held via webinar on December 19th, each region received the gold or silver award, recognizing those companies that contributed to the achievement of strategic business objectives of its clients through the implementation a BPM platform.
At the webinar, Layna Fischer, Awards Director, spoke about the strength of the participating companies. Meanwhile, Nathaniel Palmer, WfMC Executive Director and Industry Analyst said that "This year we have seen the trend of different efficient automated processes which have a lower cost if administered under a single platform."