Graham Process Mapping Software since 1990.
"A Graham Chart
is like step by step instructions for assembly of a bicycle. For
comparison purposes, other process mapping tools provide only a
notice on the outside of the box 'Assembly Required.'"
|"Graham Process Mapping is not just another process mapping tool.
It is tightly integrated with a superb improvement methodology that
transforms the map into a team-based interactive improvement tool. No
other mapping software is able to so quickly and simply show the details
of a work process. Details that make the waste and opportunities for
improvement glaringly obvious. Graham Process Mapping enables one to map
a process at a more detailed level and in less time than any other
mapping software. A Graham Process Map never fails to impress. Its ability to
breakdown any process, no matter how complex, generates tremendous
credibility for the mapper, and for the improvement process."
Harold Peters, P.Eng., Director of Performance Improvement, The Center for Healthcare Improvement, PeaceHealth
“The keys to this approach . . .
are the involvement of the workers and the simplicity of the
mapping approach. Even those participants who have never
seen a process chart can almost instantly see how the process
works, their role in it, and how it can be improved. This level
of involvement means continuous buy-in, which significantly
improves the chances of success. The emphasis on the document as
the key process element and the ability to diagram the document
to flow easily, rapidly, and clearly sets this approach apart
from all the others.”
Fredric D. Heilbronner, Dir. of Systems Consulting, eForms, Digital Consulting & Software Services, Inc.
"It is an excellent method for Records Information
Management purposes. The entire concept is based on
tracking "items" (such as a record or a form) rather
than tasks or people. The tasks and people are accounted
for, but only as they impact the "item" and its
resulting process. We have found it to be very
beneficial, both for system replacement impact purposes
and for discovering records and information and the
interaction between records and information."
Ginny Jones, CRM, Information Technology Division, Newport News Dept. of Public Utilities
|"I have had the pleasure of association
with the Ben Graham Corporation for over 25 years. Even with
continual advances in technology, I find there is no better
way to document, manage, and improve processes than with the
Graham Process Mapping tool. It helps my project teams
understand parallel processes and interdependencies that can't
be as easily conveyed through any other means that I'm aware
of. It guides and validates process improvement efforts, and
has made my job as a Program/Project Manager much easier."
Kevin Cartwright, Program Manager, Innova Systems International, LLC
"Wheeler Machinery Co.
purchased Graham Process Mapping software about 5 years
we got exceeded our most optimistic expectations.
The Graham Process Mapping software helped our quality teams
discover inefficiencies in our business. Other charting tools
exist, but none that are specialized at mapping workflow.
This tool can be successfully used by any business in any
industry to make them better at what they do. The learning
curve is short, so benefits can begin to be realized within
past year I have used your software to map the processes in our
company and have finally finished. I believe without your software
this project would have not been finished yet and would have been
more complicated. I am just e-mailing you to let you know that your
software is easy to use and by far the best business processing
mapping software available on the market from what I have
"For the past fifty-three years,
the Ben Graham Corporation, based in Tipp City, Ohio, has been
silently infusing organizations across the US, Canada and
internationally with a simple and effective methodology for
inspiring teamwork and streamlining business processes. A
methodology that works! Ben S. Graham and his disciples have
helped thousands of organizations save millions of dollars."
From 'It’s About Time They Finally Asked Us!', 2005.