Consider a standardized interface with customers and partners
A standardized interface diminishes the occurrence of mistakes, incomplete applications, or unintelligible information exchanges. This may yield better quality due to less errors and faster processing time
Reijers, H., & Liman Mansar, S. (2005). Best practices in business process redesign: an overview and qualitative evaluation of successful redesign heuristics. Omega, 33(4)
The concept underlying this heuristic suggests that employing a standardized interface can reduce the likelihood of errors, incomplete submissions, unclear communications, and so forth.
The interfacing heuristic can be regarded as a particular interpretation of the integration heuristic.
A standardized interface may result in fewer errors (quality), faster processing (time), and less rework (cost).
Foundational free Patterns
If capacity is insufficient, consider increasing the available number of resources
Explore whether a process can easily be used for additional products or services