Every industry relies on a set processes to drive business. Purchase order approval, claim filing, design approval, and more. When those processes are slow, business is slow.

Business Process Analysis and Design

Our analysts can help design and build BPMN 2.0 compliant workflows that keep data flowing freely through your systems. Our workflow solution gives your team the ability to freely build and deploy new processes with no development time.

Alfresco Process Services (BPM) powered by Activiti

Activiti is an open-source process engine that supports both BPMN and DMN. Whether you are looking for an embedded solution or something standalone, Alfresco Process Services integrate easily with other enterprise software with a robust REST API.

Drag and Drop

Create workflows quickly with little to no technical background using Alfresco Process Service’s Step Editor. The step editor is designed to give your analysts the power to create and publish new workflows without any development.

Modeler

Use the Activiti modeler to create more advanced workflows for the most demanding and complex business processes.

Integration

Easily integrate with enterprise applications using service, email, and user tasks. Getting you connected to other systems is fast and easy.

Other Services

  • Business analysis and process design
  • Fully hosted solutions with low fees and 24/7 support
  • Process implementation and management
  • Integration and configuration

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