In today’s post we aim at giving you insight about ticketing features which are beyond classic ticketing in many ways. These features increase ticketing efficiency exponentially - so join us in the exploration!
As Fortune has reported recently, the two tech giants Facebook and Google were victims of a 100 million dollars fraud. The companies nearly lost this sum, however - according to their statements regarding - most of it was recovered. We would like to highlight a number of important facts in relation to this case. First, the invoice processes - and/or their management - could support the success of this fraud, second - and this is important - every company can be vulnerable to frauds like this, and third, such cases can be prevented by implementing comprehensive procurement and invoice processes, supported by robust workflow systems.
In our new blog series, we will show you a number of – process oriented – ways to keep your business organized, saving you time and energy while most often sparing money for your company. We will go through a number of aspects which may contribute to efficient business operations and may also decrease administration.
Process editors are entirely different from other process visualization tools as processes visualised in these tools become real, working processes immediately after saving them. Hence, if you use a process editor instead – or besides – a process drawing tool (such as DRAW.IO or Evolus Pencil) you will end up with a real, functioning workflow which you can use.
Real thrill just begins, considering that after becoming able to model and draw your processes, you will be able to see through your company better than the majority of company owners. However, it leads us to the next question: What shall we do with the ready process drawings or refined process models?
Today we have a look into the world of professional flowchart tools to see options for process drawing.
The standard process drawing is a wide - known and also widely accepted method to visualize complex business processes in a unified structure that provides a transparent framework for understanding business processes. In short, the process drawing enables us to visually comprehend what is happening in the process.
As we saw in our previous post, it is not an easy task to identify business processes, their steps, participants, responsibilities and deadlines.
At the same time it is not impossible to perform such identifications, considering the fact that it is needed in order to ensure smooth operations and avoid daily tasks becoming "cash cemeteries".
As promised in our previous post, we now examine how exactly can you identify and model the activity chains which are present at your company.
In our previous post we looked through the formation and advancement of processes and also concluded that all businesses are operating based on business processes.
In our previous post, we reviewed some interpretations of business processes and through a simple example we saw that in reality almost all company activities can be described as business processes.
Today's post is the first part of a seven part series, dedicated to provide insight into the realm of business processes from the fundamentals to the most sophisticated solution which might require serious IT background.