"Signavio Workflow" - The New Name for Effektif Workflow Platform
FREMONT, CA: Signavio GmbH, a provider of web-based business process management (BPM) and business decision management solution has announced that it has completed the full integration of its cloud-based workflow platform. As a result, the firm will be able to offer a more comprehensive support to business process management. Signavio Workflow, the new product is renamed after Effektif Workflow Platform developed back in 2013. The new software is one among the modern workflow systems.
Effektif was developed by Tom Baeyens, Distinguished Engineer at Signavio. Baeyens launched suites such as jBPM and Activiti, and together with Signavio the BPM veteran has refined process execution.
The new workflow system will enable organizations to quickly and easily create lightweight business process models. Alongside, the platform will help to quickly automate business processes and rules without requiring any programming with all the advantage of cloud computing. Shared task lists and seamless integration with other cloud systems are also enabled by the software. Complete monitoring of the process execution and recording business processes are additional features included in the product. While recording and improving business processes facilitates an agile organization, “At Signavio, we listen to our customer’s requirements and constantly improve products based on their feedbacks,” says Dr. Gero Decker, Founder and CEO, Signavio GmbH.
Additionally, Signavio Workflow complements two other existing products, the Signavio Process Editor and the Signavio Decision Manager. Signavio Workflow’s process editor is based on the same innovative technology developed for the modeling component in the Signavio Process Editor. The Decision Manager offers full control of business decisions by combining business process analysis and decision management.
Signavio Workflow’s full integration into the Signavio ecosystem combines the versatility of a professional BPM and BDM solution with the advantages of collaboration in the cloud, altogether eliminating process limitations. The company’s clients are to benefit from a smooth interchange of process implementation and decision modeling right up to the point of automation.
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