martes, 15 de mayo de 2018

CASE BPM: Process Improvement with FlowForma BPM. The A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

The A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme is the largest road construction project in the United Kingdom - a £1.5bn joint venture between Costain, Skanska and Balfour Beatty. From the outset, the project faced logistical challenges around business processes, documents inevitably getting lost and mistakes being made. They were  looking for an  automated workflow solution that could remove the dependency on paper-based processes and give the joint venture project the single source of truth he was looking for. 

This case study explains how the no-code FlowForma BPM tool helped this joint venture transform manual, paper-intensive and time-consuming processes into efficient and transparent workflows, without any coding. 

• Permission to Dig
• Site Visit Request
• Joiners and Leavers
• Labour Request
• Material Requisition
• IT Project Requests

Pain Points:
• Manual processes
• Excessive paperwork
• Distributed workforce
• Poor governance

• Faster processes save days by automating processes and cutting down on paperwork
• Familiar interface and excellent value
• Integrated data for better reporting
• Increased efficiency  amd Better governance (with accurate audit trail of everything that 
• Accessible over mobile
• Single source of truth for all data

About FlowForma
FlowForma, a provider of Business Process  Management (BPM) tools for Microsoft Office 365 has  an innovative approach to developing BPM products that empower users to get work done, smarter and faster, on the familiar SharePoint platform, without any coding.


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