Process optimization too often leads to a stack of documentation for changes that are never implemented. Fermat is our proprietary approach to process optimization that leverages a technology-first strategy to ensure that outcomes are supported by tooling and infrastructure that lead to durable, sustainable change.

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Why You Might Need Fermat

If any of these statements resonate with you, your organization might be a good candidate for Theorem’s technology-driven approach to process optimization:

  • Processes that are entirely manual
  • Processes that change frequently based on who is responsible for them
  • Processes that rapidly evolve in isolation and without coordination
  • Processes that work only under ideal circumstances
  • Processes that rely on a combination of legacy tools that are difficult or impossible to update
  • Processes that are largely undocumented
What is Fermat?

Fermat is an approach to business process optimization that leverages a combination of technology, process, human capital, and culture transformation to drive measurable outcomes and results that enable your organization to:

  • Lower Costs
  • Simplify Operations
  • Improve Predictability
  • Improve Product Quality
  • Eliminated Process Entropy
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How it Works

Outcomes That Matter

Lower Costs
Fermat delivers end-to-end business process optimization that is designed to intelligently reduce costs across your enterprise through a systematic approach to developing process efficiencies at scale.
Simplify Operations
Investing in streamlined operations is simple with Fermat. Technology drives automation and process re-design reducing dependency on third party tools and human capital intensive workflows.
Improve Predictability
Provide consistent and predictable experiences to clients, customers, and internal stakeholders by providing full transparency into internal workflows through technology-driven, automated processes.
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