Our customers are all over the globe ranging in size from mid-market to Enterprise. Majority of our customers prefer to run FlowWright within their environments, so we took a look at why that might be and explain below.
You are small company and you are good at what you do with the processes you have in place. It's normal for most start-ups to "boot strap" it until they can expand. As companies scale, they need more support and hiring the right people becomes an important task to preserve the culture of the company. So, how can you get through these early growth phases when you can't do everything 24 hours a day? We explain below....
Workflow can be complex, and with emerging technology-companies that historically have been paper based are currently in the Digital Transformation Era. Having a simple product folks can understand quickly is one of our favorite feedback comments we hear from clients. They say "we were able to understand workflow in less than 60 seconds, there's no other product on the market that can do that!". We explain how this is possible below...
While workflow can be complex due to the manual process being complex, workflow itself is simple. Most automated processes tend to route tasks to users making workflow a marriage between Information technology (IT) and business analysts (BA). Business analysts knows what the manual processes is, but they need technology to help implement and execute. That’s where a workflow automation solution, like FlowWright, comes into play.
With many options to choose from in the workflow/bpm market around the world we stacked the top ones up and discuss common product selections in most decision making processes. We hope you find these helpful as you continue down your workflow automation solution buying process.
As many organizations look to automate their manual processes into digital processes, it's all about the data; a must to measure and optimize efforts. Simply automating a process does not make your organization efficient. Efficiency comes from analyzing, measuring and optimizing the process. So, what are the 3 main ways to measure your digital process? We explain below:
v9.5 introduces decision tables, a powerful way of storing and using rules in workflows. We gave an introduction to decision tables, but let's discuss more complex decision tables in conjunction with expressions.
Your companies demands are growing and you need your employees to be more strategic, rather than complete mundane tasks day in and day out. As you are vetting out vendor partners, finding a solution for workflow automation will have technology criteria to meet, but what value adds should you consider? Here are the top 3 considerations to know when exploring right fit solutions.
It's one of those features within the workflow technology world that separates the leaders from the followers. Many products on the market offer workflow within their tool, but few offer the ability to make easy edits to a running workflow easily. This feature is either not available or it's very cumbersome to make these types of edits.