IT migrations are challenging and inefficient if tools are not in place to drive organization and process. FlowWright provides customers several ways to efficiently and effectively migrate processes with ease. FlowWright makes it easy to 1) migrate from other platforms to FlowWright and 2) to migrate between FlowWright servers/environments. The 3 main principal ways FlowWright users perform migrations is outlined below:
Processes orchestrate your companies needs often across multiple systems. When processes try to crunch data, they typically fail. As an example to illustrate: when a user is building large workflows without using the sub-workflows to break functionality down, the user will be frustrated. We explain how to gather the needed data without breaking the process.
Most systems integrate today through APIs or direct database connections. Enterprise services buses are becoming a more popular alternative to API when it comes to creating integrations. Events can easily be processed through ESB when they arrive or when the event happens. Today most UI based applications function based off trigger events; for example- when you click on a button, the code behind the click event of the button performs certain functionality and fires off a "next step" or "task". Take that same concept and apply it to the back end and you are able to perform functions when events fire off. We explain more below.
Whether you like it or not, Robotic workers are only increasing their work within business organizations. Robotic workers don't need breaks, they can run all day, every day with simple computing resources. Today, most robotic workers run on the cloud on using many different manifestations, some run based on events, some run as child processes, and some even run as Azure web jobs. We discuss the impact Robotic workers have on processes below.