See your process improve with our SIPOC diagram

FigJam SIPOC sample templates help you map relevant inputs and outputs for a process that runs like a well-oiled machine and a business free from bottlenecks.

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SIPOC diagram

Discover what makes your business tick by outlining suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, and customers as a team.

Stay on the same wavelength

Summarize important processes to create a shared understanding of what’s relevant and what might benefit from some refining.

Cut to the chase: Help your team understand the core steps in your next project for smoother collaboration.

Speak the same language: Create transparency—and trust—between team members, project managers, and stakeholders when you clarify the project trajectory.

Revamp your training material: Enlighten new team members with a digestible visualization that simplifies project plans and business ops.

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Full steam ahead

Power through the challenges that come with process improvement projects by diving into the nitty-gritty together. With our interactive Lil Notes widget, imaginative stamps and emotes, and convenient cursor chat functionality, sharing insights has never been simpler. All hands on deck with FigJam’s free editable templates.

The more bells and whistles, the better 

Refine the essential elements of your business process or project with our SIPOC tool. Plan out additional features and improvements with templates from our Community.


A SIPOC template is comprised of five columns that show the inputs and outputs of a process or system. Each column stands for one letter in the SIPOC acronym: Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, and Customers.

The SIPOC tool helps teams understand the components of a successful process at a glance. A SIPOC diagram example may cover your business’s top channels for supplies, important raw materials, multiple versions of the final product, and more.

Putting together your own SIPOC diagram template? Follow our easy-to-use SIPOC model example for a clear, shareable table and then collaborate across teams to fill in each column with relevant information.

Because your processes are unique, your SIPOC diagrams will be, too. That’s why you can personalize our SIPOC example to suit your team’s needs. For example, if you reach various customer types through different channels, divide this section into sub-categories.

Fill out the template from left to right starting with the first letter in the SIPOC acronym:

Suppliers: List out your top channels. Consider specifying key individual suppliers.

Inputs: Record all the inputs required by the process, including expertise, new talent, raw materials, and more.

Process: Write down every process stepchronologically. Maintain a high-level approach if you’re showing the diagram to stakeholders and sponsors.

Outputs: Specify the versions of the final product or service your team will create to meet customer needs.

Customers: Identify and rank various channels for reaching customers.

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