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Policies and procedures that govern processes

All organizations have policies and procedures that govern many aspects of the business.  here are some examples of standard policies and procedures:

How Workflow Automation Is Used By FlowWright Users and Teams

We built our product so that our customers can automate their processes to become more efficient. We use the same approach to our own internal processes.  Here are some of the examples of ways we use FlowWright to keep things moving for the business:

How to audit digital processes within FlowWright

FlowWright provides users multiple options for reporting when conducting an audit. Just as paper-based data is susceptible to audit, so are digital data analytics.   FlowWright tracks so much information starting at the design phase through run-time, that users then use this information to move the business forward. 

Distributed workflow processing using FlowWright

FlowWright supports many infrastructure configurations with out of the box and a little bit of configuration.  The simplest form being an application server and a database server; including running all in one machine.  FlowWright users benefit from the platform supporting Virtual machines within VMWare, Microsoft Azure, Amazon or any other VM or cloud platform. 

How To Use FlowWright's Data Access Layer

FlowWright provides a high-performance data access layer written from the ground up using Microsoft .net; Microsoft .net provides access to databases through its OLE DB technology, FlowWright's data access layer sits on top of the Microsoft technology and makes accessing data and database operations very simple for our users. What is it designed for exactly? We explain below...

 

Why all workflow products are not created equal ==

If you are looking for workflow automation solutions, you know there are many workflow/business process management software platforms out in the market. The workflow/bpm market is divided into two (2) main areas we discuss below:

Automated processes don't take holidays

Most of us love to enjoy the holidays; in the hurried world of instant connectivity we live in-it is important to not burn out and take time off to regroup and perform better upon your return. But as many folks know, sometimes it's difficult to get everything  completed prior to leaving. There has to be a better way! We explain how workflow automation for certain processes can ensure you actually get to take that vacation time you earned. 

Inside the box vs. outside

Recently we acquired a customer in Europe against a very large BPM/Workflow provider, the reason our platform was a better value was impacted by the fact that we operate alongside your systems but can automate and orchestrate workflow across multiple ones you have in place already. Why does this matter? It's less impactful on your overall architecture. 

Why Business Intelligence on Processes is Important in Hospitals

We all get sick at some point, and sometimes have to go to the hospital.  This is typically not a favorite place for anyone, but of course if illness persists-it is a must to ensure recovery.

How To: Automation at the Bottom of the Supply Chain

Supply chain management is often the key to running very large organizations, and acts as a health pulse for the company.   Where organizations heavily depends on their vendors/suppliers, supply chain maps the gaps between the organization and their vendors and suppliers.