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Process Bliss launches beta version of its process management software
Thursday 31 May 2018, NEWBURY, UK: Process Bliss, simple process software everyone understands, has today launched its beta version to a select number of SMEs that meet its strict selection criteria. The new start-up is funded by its founder and CEO, Alister Esam, following the successful sale of his previous software-as-a-service company, eShare.
Process Bliss has been developed in conjunction with its 17 Founder Panel members. It has been designed to empower every person, every day to achieve more and do it better. Process Bliss does this by:
- Empowering every person to give their work purpose, making it more rewarding and them feel more fulfilled.
- Enabling collaborative improvement so the team works together to make operations run more smoothly.
- Enabling management to understand their company’s blueprint to become more innovative, influential, profitable and command greater loyalty.
“We all have a love hate relationship with process. We love that it makes us feel reassured that tasks are done, everything is working and we’re safe to get on with the things we really enjoy. But we hate doing it and the way we feel controlled and disempowered. That’s why I needed to create Process Bliss,” said Alister. “Process Bliss is all about empowerment. It makes process easy and treats you like you are in charge. Process Bliss values people and their skills, so it doesn’t try to control what they can do but instead we give them the freedom to do it better. That is unique in this space.”
Early-adopters signing up to use the beta version will have a unique opportunity to improve visibility and accountability on process performance, achieve compliance, enhance customer service and boost employee motivation and engagement, to drive business efficiency and profitability.
Founder Panel member, Laura Parker, oversees the finance, legal and HR administration departments at eShare. She commented, “Process is in the DNA of every organisation, without it, it’s simply not possible to function. I’ve always pushed the importance of process within the departments I’m responsible for, and now my teams are big advocates too. When I was approached about joining the Process Bliss Founder Panel I jumped at the chance to be part of something new and to help shape the way the platform works. I’m proud to be able to say I was there at the beginning, helping to ensure Process Bliss reflects how process works in the real-world, rather than be another piece of software that forces you to do things a different way.”
Dana Gordon-Davis, Founder of Novitas Capital Advisors and Process Bliss Founder Panel member, said, “Whether advising our clients on a strategic sale to a trade buyer or a growth capital raise from private equity, we rely on our rigorous four-phase methodology to ensure that we achieve a premium outcome. A strong process with well defined procedures that articulates both (i) the substance and form of inputs required from our clients and (ii) govern our corporate finance steps and deliverables is essential to our success. Ours is currently a largely manual process and we would benefit considerably from a tool that could streamline and automate this.There’s definitely a gap in the market for Process Bliss to enable that process design and management, and it’s great to have the opportunity to help shape what the platform looks like.”
Affordable software-as-a-service (SaaS), Process Bliss is targeted towards SMEs. Unlike other available products, Process Bliss simply builds the process for you, and benefits SMEs in three ways:
- Empowering the team and freeing them to focus on what matters.
- Enabling continuous process improvement.
- Reassuring management that things are being done the way they want.
Process Bliss will launch to the mass-market at the end of July. Anyone wishing to apply to join the beta programme should visit processbliss.com/register/register-form
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About Process Bliss
Founded in 2017, Process Bliss is a new organisation that is internally funded following the successful sale of eShare. It has headquarters in Newbury, Berkshire, where the management team, comprising four people, is based. A second office over in Poland is home to its development team, comprising seven people. The software is £8 per user per month, where all users enjoy its full functionality.