National retailers use FlowWright to automate their supply chain. For this they lean primarily on workflow and the enterprise service bus to integrate their supply chains across internal and external computerized systems. And these customers make excellent use of FlowWright business intelligence data to identify opportunities for process improvement. In these cases, forms are de-emphasized: nearly all automation is between systems.
Third-party contract management firms use FlowWright to automate and manage large volumes of contracts and across many customers and many vendors and many states and countries. Their customers are large national and international companies with many (sometimes hundreds) of sites. Contract management firms need the ability to quickly adapt workflows to accomodate customer site needs that vary due to site requirements. These companies lean heavily on workflow and forms to save 1,000s of man-hours annually - and to reliably and verifiably manage contracts per customer requirements.
These FlowWright customers tell us that a huge benefit to them has been the ability to modify processes and apply modifications to in-process (running) instances. In addition, one of these customers explained that using FlowWright enabled them to accelerate their initial automated solution to market in one (1) Month instead of the expected eight (8) Months.
Healthcare firms use FlowWright to manage complex insurance processes - applying workflow, the enterprise service bus, and forms to coordinate internal and external human and computerized resources to swiftly and verifiably optimize both payment requests and fulfillments, as well as to resolve issues into better outcomes.