Operational Process Management in the Financial Services Industry

Operational Process Management in the Financial Services Industry

Diana Heckl (Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany) and Jürgen Moormann (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-965-1.ch409
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Abstract

The financial services industry faces significant competitive pressures. Economic and political influences, incessant regulation, and fast changing markets make for a highly complex and dynamic environment. Thus, banks and insurance companies are forced to permanently improve their performance – raising process performance represents one of the biggest levers for success. This chapter analyses the challenges of operational process management for banks and insurance companies. The involvement of customers in service processes of financial institutions make these not as easy to manage as production processes. In response to these challenges, cornerstones for a general framework for operational management of service processes will be developed. The aim of this chapter is to present a framework for structuring service processes which allows combining influences by customers and an operational process management. The concept is based on the modularisation approach and will be demonstrated using a loan process as an example.

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