Document workflow is an issue in almost every industry, from healthcare to extractive metallurgy to retail apparel. A document management workflow may be used in the production of annual reports, in the approval of travel expenses, and countless other business activities. Document workflow software can be used to create a document management system (DMS) that can track, manage and store documents efficiently while drastically reducing the use of paper.
Workflow simulation is self-descriptive: it is the simulation of the steps of a work process from end to end. It can be particularly valuable when you have a workflow that you want to change, but you want to test out changes before putting them into everyday practice. Of course, the more accurately a workflow simulation mirrors the actual process it simulates, the more valuable it can be.
In their daily operation, both large corporations and small startups often face the same problems. Typical problems for all of them are manual task management, lost, duplicated or incomplete information and untraceable document versioning and activity context. All of them can be solved with the right software that automates manual processes and connects people, tasks and data in a unified working environment.
When we start talking about technology, Digital Transformation seems to be the most prevalent topic among executives. Each day the world is becoming more digital with industries ranging from construction to healthcare further relying on technology. The growing presence of “Internet of Things”, where mobility seems to permeate every single part of the business cycle, has had a large effect on enterprises and corporate culture. (more…)
In one of his latest articles, Anatoly Belaychuk reviews the essence of Low Code and what does it mean for both the end user and large enterprises. With the currently evolving BPMS (Business Process Management Software) one can depict the core part of business logic in BPMN diagram, design a data model with Entity-Relation Diagram, this way allowing business analyst and business stakeholders to stay in the game through the true agile application development process. This perfectly coincides with the popular trend of “mobility first” where the majority of population are computer and smartphone users. In his article, Anatoly addresses how the new enterprises are changing the face of business and how forward looking BPMS vendors are changing their approach to software development.
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In a recent article by Anatoly Belaychuk, Comindware BPM evangelist reflects on what does the “digital disruption” mean for business and how can the large enterprises deal with the changing landscape. Anatoly argues that although business has always been a “human endeavor” by replacing a person with a robot or software, to be precise, one gets not only an increase in productivity but also a significant reduction of costs. Due to the drastic change in the business environment the author looks into what does it fundamentally mean for a business to be digital. Once we understand that we can answer the main question, which is how can a conventional enterprise go through digital transformation and achieve success.