We, today, are a part of an always-on, connected world. Digital Workplace initiatives have revolutionized the way we live (where personal and professional boundaries are melting away). It is no surprise that an average enterprise user typically uses 9 to 11 apps daily. While the overall productivity has increased multifold, the riddle of data centralization and hyper-automation is still baffling for many. Having multiple apps raises yet another problem – Maintaining a single source
Imagine a typical day at work. Everything in the organization is going at a usual pace. Now, the production manager raises a requirement for a new type of raw material. The demand goes straight to the purchasing department, which gets transferred to the finance department for budget approval. And finally, the order is placed. However,
As businesses grow in scale, Business processes inherently grow complex, oftentimes rigid, and unintentionally localized to a business unit or department. Today’s business leaders expect nimble and agile processes that quicken the outcome, thereby improving the overall customer experience and brand recall. While all new-age enterprise systems, even some of the legacy and established ones,
The concept of Workflows might be perplexing or new for some, but it’s not! Workflows can be traced back to the Prehistoric Era, where humans had to hunt for their survival and get things done. Obviously, they were not aware of the word “Workflow” but were following the concept. It wasn’t until the 20th century
A successful enterprise prefers smart work over tiresome labor. Manual processes accomplish the polar opposite of a quick and absolute job. Yet, surprisingly, some businesses are still unwilling to abandon manual operations. Perhaps the prospect of coding and related complexities are preventing them from moving further. Fortunately, no-code development has emerged to assist these businesses.
Workflows are essential to every business. Each workflow typically involves multiple stakeholders and it’s important that these stakeholders stay up to date with the status as work progresses through the workflow. Notifications to the stakeholders at each step of the workflow keep the stakeholders up-to-date. However, manually sending each notification to keep the workflow going and
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