The Strategic Choice for BPM
BizFlow M is a dynamic and adaptive Business Process Management (BPM) solution, focusing on self-managed business process automation delivering accountability, control, and visibility without a big investment in resources, people, or time.
Beginning in 2001, we created the BizFlow Plus BPM Suite (BPMS) to help leaders rapidly configure and deploy process-driven solutions supporting order-to-cash, request-to-service, procure-to-pay, hire-to-retire, or any other process life cycles.
BizFlow Process Studio (BPS)
BizFlow Process Studio (BPS) is the single-source management tool for all the components of BizFlow. BizFlow has been designed so that users in different locations can access tasks, reports and processes in an electronic workplace. This electronic workplace gives users access to BizFlow operations they need, when they need it. BPS is the window to that electronic workplace.
AppDev has the functionality of a go-liveable mock-up, which provides users a “Hybrid agile approach” when they develop web-application. Due to the Data-Centric concept of AppDev, the user enhances the efficiency of the project. Business users can not only create a data entity without coding, but also reuse the data and change its attributes very easily. If the customer is good to go, the developer can start design the detailed structure of the database. Moreover, AppDev provides automated API documentation in real-time and manages the performance by query management through the BIO system.
BizFlow Advanced Reporting (BAR)
BizFlow Advanced Reporting provides enterprise-level reporting and monitoring capabilities in the form of reports and dashboards that push critical data. Getting this critical data in time empowers executives and managers to make smart decisions for great results.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) applies software bots to digitally automate business processes. Capable of mimicking human user actions, RPA bots act as virtual assistants to automate highly manual and repetitive tasks. While human resources focus on value-added activities, bots access applications, scrape websites, and read documents and spreadsheets to extract, gather, consolidate, and post data, move files, fill forms, and send notifications – perfectly every time.