Possible improvements — such as processes that can be readily parallelized — are made apparent as early as the graphical modeling and can be implemented directly. Furthermore, process designers can transfer steps to the system as services, such as locking a sales order during editing, automating process steps. Thanks to automation, unnecessary delays as well as error risks, which often occur due to entries made by hand in manual processing, can be largely avoided. This enables you to ensure smooth and efficient processing. Enterprise security is enhanced as well.
Another significant benefit of the new tool is increased transparency: The Designer, Viewer, and Workflow Task Overview components offer a comprehensive overview of the current status of active processes and the disruptive factors affecting these processes. This is a pragmatic aid, particularly for department heads and process owners, to help them identify bottlenecks within a process or team and promptly initiate the necessary control measures.