There are many ways to make digital processes make decisions. Rules are used in almost any workflow process today to determine what path of steps and decisions within a process should be followed.
Whether you like it or not, Robotic workers are only increasing their work within business organizations. Robotic workers don't need breaks, they can run all day, every day with simple computing resources. Today, most robotic workers run on the cloud on using many different manifestations, some run based on events, some run as child processes, and some even run as Azure web jobs. We discuss the impact Robotic workers have on processes below.
Service oriented architecture, also known as SOA, has been around for a while, but what about service oriented processes? We currently have customers who are already implementing these types of processes using FlowWright's framework.
Getting non-disclosure agreements (NDA) generated and signed between businesses to enable information sharing can be inefficient and time-consuming. FlowWright workflow automation makes this manual process go quickly and smoothly. We share how below.
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?!
FlowWright Forms are very common within the workflow processes. Forms are meant to be routed to display information or capture information from a user. But, did you know Forms also can have decision logic, validation or business logic built into the form itself? We explain why that is important below.