The term process standardization may sound simple, but it will involve documenting, developing, eliminating, negotiating and ultimately ensuring that all employees in an organization are able to understand expectations, work consistently and measure performance. Since almost all companies have a turnover issue, this documentation will allow for proper training for all.
This same standardization of processes will also considerably reduce the time required to put a new product, customer service or new sales channel into operation.
A company whose processes are well documented and implemented will be in a position to grow and face the market. With this same vision, a company whose processes are organized, documented and whose performance has been measured will allow for a better selection of technological systems and will bring value to your organization when it is resold. (Your company become more attractive to your competitors or potential buyers).