The soon-to-be-released Processware 2013 from FlowCentric Technologies is fully-enabled for mobile. The new version of FlowCentric’s agile business process management (BPM) technology brings all the functionality, all the information, and all the control available on desktops to mobile devices.
The company, a leading provider of advanced business process management technologies, has dramatically up-scaled its mobile offering to support companies’ mobile ambitions. FlowCentric Processware 2013 is supported on all major smartphones including Windows, iPhone, Android and Blackberry and a variety of tablets, such as the iPad, Galaxy Tab and Surface RT.
The solution is HTML 5-based, with information relevant to specific users presented in easy to navigate views. Users are presented with a dynamic dashboard of their entire ‘task world’ on their mobile devices – from tasks, processes and forms to reports, authorisations and tracking. The notable flexibility of FlowCentric Processware means that companies can tailor solutions to fit their specific process requirements – including any mobile strategies.
With FlowCentric Processware companies are able to empower users to work from wherever they are, whenever they need, and using their devices of choice.
Commenting on Processware 2013’s mobile capability, company CEO Jacques Wessels says: “BPM applications, like other business-critical systems, need to support mobility and offer a similar level of functionality available on a desktop at the office.
“With rapid adoption of bring your own device (BYOD), people do not want to be tied to their desks. They want to work on the move and be connected at all times, regardless of where they are. The requirement to manage and authorise on the go is also increasing in demand.
“Processware 2013 answers this demand, enabling employees to action tasks and processes that apply to them from their smartphones or tablets. This is a huge boost for productivity and business continuity.”
FlowCentric Processware 2013 is scheduled for official launch this year. The Beta version is currently being tested at client sites and user feedback is being considered. Keep an eye out for more news on this impressive offering from FlowCentric Technologies.