Six Sigma is a set of techniques and strategies, implementing statistical analysis to improve the quality of the process by minimising errors, inefficiencies and deviations from business processes . Lean is an approach to increasing stakeholder value by reducing waste in the business process, through continuous improvement . TQM is a management method that promotes long-term success through customer and stakeholder satisfaction, by improving processes, products, services and overall organisational culture, with the participation of all members of the organisation . BPR is the radical redesign of business processes to achieve major improvements in quality, output, cost, service and speed, in effect, reducing cost and process redundancies at the organisational level . The AGILE methodology is primarily useful in software-development environments, to promote continuous iterations of development and testing throughout the software-development-project lifecycle, to achieve the desired result in the shortest period with higher accuracy and efficiency . A small hedge-fund-management company for BPI projects can implement these BPI methods and principles and analyse their impact on improving process efficiency, cost of operations and service quality. In addition, BPI processes facilitate the company’s evaluation of the linkages between internal process improvements and stakeholder satisfaction, as well as continuously improving the business processes that contribute to organisational success and competitiveness.