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.
It's one of those features within the workflow technology world that separates the leaders from the followers. Many products on the market offer workflow within their tool, but few offer the ability to make easy edits to a running workflow easily. This feature is either not available or it's very cumbersome to make these types of edits.
The best thing you can do for your business is to consistently improve. Improve your product, improve your sales and marketing strategy, and improve your process workflow. By improving your workflow companies free up time, money, and other resources that can now be used to focus on advancing alternate parts of your business. Faster, easier workflow means lower costs, quicker pace, and a less-stressed team. All of that adds up to higher efficiency on the back end of your business. Below you will find a summary of areas that are going to be improved with workflow.
Workflow processes are automated each and every day. Some are simple, while others are long and complex. How well a workflow process is automated can depend on the technology used. Many of the existing BPM workflow products deployed in companies around the world are based on the office automation technology that existed at the time. While there may be nothing wrong with the older technology, typical limitations include workflow processing speed, application connectivity, user functionality, and program code maintainability. This explains why so many process improvement projects struggle. When faced with the functional limitations of their existing workflow process automation technology, they can only do so much.