FlowWright provides users multiple options for reporting when conducting an audit. Just as paper-based data is susceptible to audit, so are digital data analytics. FlowWright tracks so much information starting at the design phase through run-time, that users then use this information to move the business forward.
When a user modifies a workflow definition, history will track this edit- who did what and when. This history is tracked for every major operation, on any team, so that any of the items such as workflow definitions, workflow instances, form definitions, form instances, events and more can have a history of edits displayed when reporting; this includes user level history.
Workflow definition within FlowWright history looks like this:
Workflow Instance history looks like this:
History can be also viewed by any given user. That user history may look like this:
In addition to functionality for history reports and business intelligence, FlowWright also provides a PDF reports for Workflow definitions and instances as needed. Simply select a workflow definition and click the "Report" button to generate the audit report:
The next version, FlowWright v9.6, enhances this report to display more detailed information for Workflow definitions and instances to users.
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