Workflow automation is being used by many IT organizations to perform back end IT operations and to automate the processes that these IT operations perform. Most IT processes are procedural, for example, creating user account for a new employee and giving access to systems. In an offboarding process, deactivating a user and removing access to systems. We discuss in detail how workflow automation will lead to cost savings.
Our customers are all over the globe ranging in size from mid-market to Enterprise. Majority of our customers prefer to run FlowWright within their environments, so we took a look at why that might be and explain below.
True Story: My wife gets a new vehicle. Two (2) weeks later, someone hits the new vehicle from behind. The car is a wreck. Accidents happen, that's life. The dealership says the process is: bring the vehicle to the dealer's body shop for repair, wait, then it'll be ready. When the vehicle was dropped at the body shop, they said, they will order the parts, fix the vehicle and it will be done and returned to us in one and a half (1.5) weeks.
The largest automotive OEM parts supplier in the world has to perform an upgrade on their SAP system that runs the whole company. This project entails every facility, department, and vendors that rely on product to be shipped to retailers around the globe. The stake are extremely high and there is huge risk involved. So, how does workflow play a part? At the onset the company has to do the following:
Recently Sawtooth Automation decided to upgrade their offering by integrating FlowWright into their solution. Sawtooth automates the production of dairy farm feed for feeding cows. Dairy farm feed consists of many types of liquids, hay and vitamin supplements. Making feed is like baking a cake, you have a recipe and the recipe is executed using a combination of hardware and software. Just as you would bake a cake, ingredient quantities change based on number of people you are making the cake for.