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.
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.
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.
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.
After years of automating many processes for Fortune 100 customers within the big pharma and biotechnology sectors; it was time to put all those experiences together and build a next generation bpm workflow product. So, that's how FlowWright was born.
Most processes today are static, no matter how many workflow instances that you kick off, they all have a similar structure. We also know the data fed into these workflows might be different, and therefore decisions made within the workflow instances might be different.
Access to data within systems in any organization is extremely important to internal users, but at the same time security of that data is also important. We always hear about big data breaches, so how can you keep your data safe? We have see trend in customers using FlowWright workflow automation to automate access to their data. We explain how this can be valuable below.
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.