Questetra is a cloud service to be utilized by corporate units and department units. It is a group of tools in order to solve problems such as “We are working on paper and emails, so it takes time and effort”, “I do not know who is corresponding now”, and “I don’t know what the flow of work should be”. Workflows with complex structures such as loops and gateways can also be systematized with just mouse drawing. First of all, create your free account, and try modeling (No-Code development) your daily operations.
- Choose Workflow App Sample
- Arrange your Process Diagram
- Activate with One Click
- Check Payload Data of Each Task
- Claim to Accept Task
- Submit your Task Outcome
- Monitor Heat-Map for your Workflow
- Drill Down into Process Instance
- Help your Colleague
- Collaborative Platform Open Chat
- Process ID Hashtag to each Data
- Emotion with Stamp-Sticker
- Builtin Service-Task for PDFgen etc
- To Cloud via Service-Task Addon
- Connectivity from other Cloud
- Kick Workflow API to start new
- Add user via System Settings API
For various business flows
Improve business processes with workflow automation!
What is Business Process Management System (BPMS)? It is an IT tool that supports the continuous improvement cycle of a business system. A designing personnel (Process Owner) develops business systems (Workflow Apps) with the graphical modeling tool and activates them. Working personnel (workers) enter the outputs of undertaken tasks. The time required and the status of stagnation are aggregated graphically to help improve the business system. (BPM Suite, Business Process Management System)
Workflow Management Software? Product category names and categorization methods vary greatly by market research company and vary from year to year. “Workflow Management Software” is a category name used by MarketsandMarkets, Zion Market Research, etc., and is estimated to be USD 5.2 billion in 2018. Compared to USD 3.1 billion of BPMS and iBPMS such as Gartner, this is a category that refers to a wider product group. The inclusion relationship with the BPMS category is ambiguous, but it can be said to be a product group that focuses on automation and synchronization.
What is BPM? It is corporate activities that manage changes in business process definitions. It will apply the PDCA cycle to daily work procedures such as “order fulfillment” or “Quotation issuance”, in order to improve work quality and reduce the time required, etc. It can be said that compared with general management activities such as MDM (Master Data Management) or CRM (Customer Relationship Management), there are difficulties such as; 1) knowledge of business situation is required, 2) knowledge of new methods and technologies are required, 3) leadership to promote change is required, and 4) uniform KPIs cannot be applied. （Business Process Management） Wikipedia: Business Process Management
What is BPMN? It is a business process drawing notation (OMG: ISO 19510), which was devised with the goal of “a lot of people can understand the flow of work intuitively”. Not only the form of “Split icon” and “Task icon” but also the symbol within the icon etc. are defined. This format has become widely used in tools for drawing and defining. (Business Process Model and Notation) Questetra BPMN Introduction
What is the difference between a BPMS and a Workflow system? The Workflow feature, also referred to as “process execution engine”, is the most important function of BPMS. The Run-time Workflow function controls the path that each issue should follow and passes “issue data” to the operator of the downstream process. In addition, BPMS is required a Modeling function and a version control function at the time of design (Design-Time). Many systems aim towards dynamic system changes through Model-Driven No-Code/Low-Code development. However, for a worker, it looks just a Workflow system.
Questetra BPM Suite is a powerful workflow platform that empowers the development of digitalization, automation and system collaboration. Fits any industry, leveraging code-less business process modelling.