Connect People with Process

Make it easy to work together around a common business process. Gluu's social platform allows you to set up roles, processes and then invite your colleagues to make work easier.

Companies that take their processes seriously are more profitable

Service companies go from an EBITDA of 1.3% to 37%* as they become process-driven. It's difficult to to get there and the road is paved with useless documentation. Gluu's social Business Process Management platform helps by making it very easy for you to involve your colleagues in creating, adopting and improving business processes.

What is keeping you from higher profitability?

Most leaders know that process maturity and scalability matters. Still only 5% reach level 5 with real collaboration around business processes and systems. Why?

  • It only becomes a priority when it’s too late
  • There is no clear ownership in the company
  • Employee turn over stop progress
  • Executives don’t “lead by example”

So chances are that you’ll most likely never start on this journey. Only 1.1% of companies grow to more than 50 employees. On the other hand, perhaps this huge potential pay-off make it worth an effort? If you think so then Gluu can help you get there faster and more easily by avoiding these and other common pitfalls.

"I need to clarify Roles & Responsibilities"

Choose from more than 30 built-in Role & Responsibility templates to create your own job descriptions for the most critical parts of your business. Then assign roles to your team.

"I need to clarify Roles & Responsibilities"
"We need clear business processes"

"We need clear business processes"

Select from more than 57 standard business processes. Drag and drop activities to the appropriate roles, edit descriptions, assign a process owner and then publish it as a “guide for work”. This makes it easier to work the right way.

"I need to cover all business areas"

SPI breaks process maturity into pillars covering Leadership, Clients, Human Capital, Service Delivery and Finance & Operations. Gluu includes 57 critical processes to cover all these areas.

"I need to cover all business areas"

"I want to make sure it becomes real work practice"

Most job descriptions and process diagrams end up on a shared drive with little or no use. Avoid this by letting them become the structure for your knowledge sharing. Gluu is also a social enterprise network built around your business processes.

"I want to make sure it becomes real work practice"
"I don't want to replace any current systems"

"I don't want to replace any current systems"

Let your colleagues link to the systems and folders they need when working with each activity. People will help each other by making your critical systems, reports, policies and templates easy to find.

"How can Gluu help us?"

Our Social Business Process Management platform is designed around a simple, six step method that will help you get there. We support your journey with templates, video tutorials, case studies and through our Support Desk. We’re even setting up a network of independent Process Facilitators.

"How can Gluu help us?"
"What have you based it on?"

"What have you based it on?"

Management science is built in so you don’t have to think about it. We have designed our method and platform around the essentials from Lean, Business Process Management and ISO 9001. Then tested and talked with more than 150 leaders and their employees. We’re adjusting every month based on user feedback.

"Can I trust you with my data?"

Your critical data can stay inside your network or in your current systems. Your roles, processes and employee discussions are delivered via Microsoft’s Azure cloud, backed up daily and encrypted.

"Can I trust you with my data?"

"Can I try?"

  • Free for 1 process and 4 users.
  • No credit card required.
  • Upgrade easily from $7 user/month.
  • Pay-as-you-grow and cancel any time.

Sources:

* SPI research “Professional Services Maturity Benchmark“.
** 92.2% of European businesses are “micro-businesses” with less than 10 employees. Only 6.5% grow to become “small” (10-50 employees) and a tiny 1.1% become “medium-sized” with 50-250 people (Ecorys, 2012.)