Once managers and other business process administrators have designed their workflows, they simply publish them to the BPM workflow server as XML projects ready for execution. Based on trigger events, the BPM server then performs and tracks workflow tasks over computer networks with the ability to interact with MS SQL server and a wide range of other line of business applications.
With BPM workflow server, organisations gain a workflow deployment tool which offers a high level of integration with their legacy business systems and applications. BPM workflow server is built on the Microsoft .Net platform, making it open and easy to connect to and from other systems. The result is a robust workflow management solution which connects people, systems, processes and information across departmental and organisational boundaries.
Real-time event logging
A major benefit of the workflow server is its ability to provide detailed, event-based logging in real time. Using a web browser-based console, managers, administrators and users gain access to a range of dashboard features, allowing them to accurately track workflow progress and status. In turn, this delivers greater process visibility, enabling faster decisions and early identification of potential bottlenecks and other issues.