The 4 stages of the BPM discipline let you continuously improve your business processes: 1) Modeling your business processes, using a notation like BPMN. This notation is a worldwide standard by the OMG. 2) Execute your business processes using a BPM Suite. Let your users use the automated process. 3) Measure how your processes are running using Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) 4) Define improvements for your processes based on your objective findings. After that, restart at step 1. Of course, you want to execute this cycle over and over. The “cheaper” and “faster” it is, the easier you will improve your processes.
While you are moving towards your objective, unexpected changes, new requirements, problems and errors may arise. After that, you need to respond quickly. A low-code BPM Suite lets you: 1) Model your form and workflow without coding. Just drag and drop fields and BPMN elements. 2) Test the new version of the process, with the changes, in a sandbox. Don’t worry about breaking anything. 3) Does it work? Deploy this version into production with just 1 click. 4) Immediately measure the process to see if your changes were effective. In this context, a low-code Cloud BPM tool lets you avoid costly coding hours and implementation services. You can focus on your business and achieving your goals. In other words, you know the BPM Suite will do its part of the job. Just manage the versions of each process and move forward quickly.
A BPM Suite running in the cloud and allowing a fast time-to-market of your processes doesn’t need to have a short set of features. In fact, Flokzu is very agile and includes advanced features needed by big corporations and high tech teams. The fact is that when you move forward in your automation path, you will need more and more advanced features to continue improving your processes. Certainly, the worst scenarios is using a tool that being very easy-to-use, fall short of advanced features. As a way of example, Flokzu supports plenty of advances features, like parallel routing, intermediate timers, custom reports, non-interrupting timers, internal databases, etc.