Sub-workflows or sub-processes are key part of any workflow process. Instead of ending with very large processes, you should always break them down to smaller chunks and make sub-processes to ensure things remain clean. We explain why this is an important step.
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...
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.
At the end of each year, we all look back and look forward simultaneously: where are we, how did we get here, and where are we going?! Many of us are in such a slog all year long, that this seasonal reflection is welcome. Re-assessing what we do, why we do it, how well we do it, and how we can do it better…that is the basis for continuous improvement!
FlowWright now provides a very powerful document generation step that's built based on Aspose technology. You are now able to generate simple to complex documents using this new step within FlowWright; its very easy to configure and use. Here are the steps:
There is real fear that as technology advances, workers won't be as important. Automation continues to improve safety and productivity in industries such as manufacturing, which has led to a profound shift in the American economy. However, because machines and software are capable of doing a lot of the heavy lifting, workers have actually become a more valuable commodity because they offer something that machines simply can't: creativity and the ability to innovate. Business process automation (BPA/BPM) is the future of innovation because it provides the structure for applying innovation and continuous improvement ideas and moves them into practice.
CEOs are charged with growing businesses while keep existing internal and external relationships intact in the face of external competition, and changing business and regulatory environments. BPM/Workflow is something CEOs need to embrace because it will help address their biggest needs. Here are 5 needs CEOs have identified recently as their biggest concerns, and how BPM/Workflow fits in: