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Distributed workflow processing using FlowWright

FlowWright supports many infrastructure configurations with out of the box and a little bit of configuration.  The simplest form being an application server and a database server; including running all in one machine.  FlowWright users benefit from the platform supporting Virtual machines within VMWare, Microsoft Azure, Amazon or any other VM or cloud platform. 

Micro-Services through FlowWright

FlowWright workflow-business process management platform offers several micro-services options for users to take advantage of.  Micro-services follow a clear separation of functionality that engages within the FlowWright user interface as follows:

From No Communication to Complete Collaboration

In most organizations with manual processes, everyone does what they are suppose to do (maybe sometimes not) but what's missing is a centralized platform for communication and collaboration. Typically organizations live in their own systems "CRM" for sales, "ERP" for operations, etc.  The main reason this causes issues is that there is no accountability.  No one knows where a certain item is in the process, because there isn't a centralized macro view. 

How Process Automation Transforms Your Business to the Digital Era

As organizations start small and grow, they need systems to manage operations, sales, marketing, and product efforts.  Even the simplest shop today has systems and processes to manage, all in an effort to become efficient.  We have seen vendors transition from taking cash transactions to processing credit cards on their smartphones.  In today's world where most people pay digitally for everything (Apple Wallet, Samsung Pay, etc) imagine the amount of business you would lose if you weren't able to process payment electronically?! 

How Innovation Happens at FlowWright

Our company is all about innovation, right from the conception.  Our main goal has always been for FlowWright to achieve the following:

High performance computations in workflow

Whether its report generation, data collection for reports or hierarchical computations these are long running computations that take time and many computing resources to gather that data.  Some of these can be done on the database for performance, but some might have to happen at business logic level.

How To Use FlowWright's Data Access Layer

FlowWright provides a high-performance data access layer written from the ground up using Microsoft .net; Microsoft .net provides access to databases through its OLE DB technology, FlowWright's data access layer sits on top of the Microsoft technology and makes accessing data and database operations very simple for our users. What is it designed for exactly? We explain below...


How FlowWright powers the Microsoft .Net workflow market

There are many organizations that are built on or using the Microsoft stack of technologies and they typically use products such as .net, SQL Server, Microsoft Internet Information Server and many other technologies from Microsoft family. Why is this important? 


Workflow Designer tips

FlowWright's workflow designer is a fully graphical web based designer for designing workflow definitions.  The workflow designer is in its 3rd generation, and is built using the latest technologies such as HTML5 for powerful features and performance.  v9.5 of FlowWright completely changed the underlying graphics library to provide many new enhancements and features.

Today's processes are not for tomorrow

Our users are using FlowWright to process over 1 Million+ workflows daily around the globe, today's processes will not be efficient tomorrow and here's why.