With the increasing complexity of rules, regulations, policies, and directives placed on running your day-to-day operations, the opportunity to streamline processes, enhance controls, and reduce waste must be thought of as an continuous journey. The terms business process management software and workflow automation software are used interchangeably to describe systems that allow an organization to input all of the tasks, users, business rules, and routing logic that drive a business process and the system then tracks, routes, notifies, and serves as a repository for employees to perform their work. The goal of workflow automation should not be to replace people with systems, rather it should be to enhance how employees perform their work, when that work is performed, and provide tracking and notifications on the status of assignments.
What is Workflow Automation?
Workflow automation is the process of implementing technology to help manage and maintain the tasks, people, roles, and assignments (and the connections between those items) that enables a business to achieve their goals. Stated another way, it is software that helps a company operate more efficiently.
What are the benefits?
There can be significant benefits from implementing a workflow automation or business process management software.
Why Do I Need It?
LogicGate believes that technology is the key link between your people and processes that can reduce cost, increase output, and increase customer and employee satisfaction. LogicGate’s workflow engine LogicGate can be configured to meet almost any business process. Below are some common use cases for workflow automation:
The LogicGate workflow automation platform enables organizations to easily create solutions to face the challenges of complex business processes often driven by governance, risk, and compliance. No two businesses face the same challenges, and that’s why LogicGate flexible workflow model has been effective at helping companies implement custom workflow solutions.