Documenting your business processes is just as important as actually applying automation to your processes. There are several reasons why you should always document what your team is doing when creating and editing processes; we summarize some things to consider below.
Workflow processes within certain workflow products on the market are very transparent, this is due the tool separating the design of the process from the actual execution of the process. Next generation workflow platforms such as FlowWright gives you the both in one so you don't have to sacrifice functionality.
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.