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Technology continues to advance at a rapid rate and with it, we must expand our knowledge base and vocabulary along with it. Many people are familiar with the concept of business process management, or BPM, but in today’s business environment, it is important to become familiar with intelligent business process management or iBPM.


No matter what the business or industry, the finance department is one of the most important and overworked departments in any company. They serve several highly-important and multifaceted roles and no matter how great they are, there is only so much they can do on a given day. This means that a financial process will only be as productive as the people involved are. This can affect the bottom line, reduce efficiency, and drag the entire business down in the process.


SharePoint is one of the most popular workflow automation suites and it is popular because it is flexible and has a range of uses. This software is the latest incarnation of what used to be Microsoft FrontPage and it has had a variety of new releases in the past few decades.

Boston, MA – August 28, 2020 – Comindware, a leading provider of Workflow Management Software, announces the availability of Comindware Tracker new version to make it easier for users to access all corporate systems, whether working on-site or remotely. New version of workflow management software by Comindware allows authentication via Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). (more…)

When looking into automation and the use of software to manage basic business tasks, it is easy to get bogged down in complicated language. Some people use different terms, well, differently. Business rules engines and workflow engines are two of the most important aspects to automating business functions and while some use the terms as if they mean the same thing, they do not and the difference is important.


BPMS refers to business process management software. These are software tools that provide for advanced automation, integration with a range of other software systems, and the improvement of business process efficiency. This is a powerful set of tools that can automate and manage a wide range of even complex business functions, improving efficiency, and reducing the need for human data entry, which also reduces error.


Streamlining and improving the efficiency of business operations is, perhaps, one of the most important tasks of management today. There is always room for improvement when it comes to the basic daily operations of a business and workflow and other automation software make this easier than ever before.


Procurement process flows are one of the most vital aspects of business and where far too much room for error can happen when data and processes are managed manually. With automation software, this process can be streamlined and errors reduced or eliminated.


New year is on its way and we believe it is right time to get insight into workflow management system trends shaping 2020 and suggesting valuable ideas for improving your business effectivity. Recent years it got common for CIO to delve into workflow management through the lens of digital transformation, which is all about ensuring your business is ready to welcome the future and succeed. In this article, we’ll dive into the key workflow management trends with respect to digital transformation context and bring to recollection 2018-2019 trends which are still actual.


The accounts receivable department at any organization is responsible for some of the most important business functions: they manage the money that comes into a business or institution. Given the importance of this department within most organizations, it is strange to find out that this department is often lacking when it comes to using innovative new tools like automation.


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