Articles tagged with: Workflow automation

BP Logix Process Director selected as KMWorld 2016 Trend-Setting product

BP Logix Process Director selected as KMWorld 2016 Trend-Setting product

Written by Alan Ingram on Wednesday, 31 August 2016. Posted in Business Process Management, Process Director

ePC is pleased to announce Process Director workflow software by our partner BP Logix has been named one of KMWorld's Trend-Setting Products for 2016.

Available on-premise or in the Cloud, Process Director was selected from more than 600 products and hundreds of vendors.

The list of winners, now in its 14th year, will be published in the September issue of KMWorld, a leading publisher and conference organiser in the fields of knowledge management, content management and document management.

We are thrilled to see Process Director highlighted as a trend setting product. It reaffirms our choice of partner and offers well-deserved recognition of their unique product offering, exceptional flexibility and dynamic approach to implementing new technologies and functionality

Alan Ingram, Technical Director, ePC

Process Director is the workflow software behind systems for FTSE listed companies including Rentokil Initial and Millennium Hotels.

10 reasons why efficient workflow is a critical tool for your business

10 reasons why efficient workflow is a critical tool for your business

Written by Alan Ingram on Tuesday, 09 August 2016. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation

During the course of our partnership with customers, there is usually a point that constitutes the “aha” moment. It is at that time they realise the importance and value of planning and mapping out an optimised workflow.

While few dispute the need for workflow, it usually requires seeing the workflow planned out before people spot and tackle what are minor discussion points at the planning stage, but would be business show-stoppers during production.

Developing your workflow has challenges; it’s like planning the world’s largest reception and taking into consideration every plate, glass, napkin, hors d’oeuvres, beverage and the thousands of other details that must be coordinated beforehand. Planning the reception mandates viewing the event holistically yet acting with singular precision.

Five considerations when planning for workflow and BPM

Five considerations when planning for workflow and BPM

Written by Alan Ingram on Thursday, 08 October 2015. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation

We get to work with some really innovative and interesting companies. But before we talk at any level of detail with a potential customer, we do a significant amount of research to learn more about their business, industry, organisational structure and where they have had successes and challenges. It is sometimes lengthy work, but is always incredibly helpful, as it gives us a foundation to understand that organisation and to identify both needs - and wants.

BP Logix Process Director selected as KMWorld 2014 Trend-Setting product

Written by Alan Ingram on Sunday, 21 September 2014. Posted in Process Director, BP Logix

ePC is pleased to announce Process Director workflow software by our partner BP Logix has been named one of KMWorld's Trend-Setting Products for 2014.

Process Director, with its patented Process Timeline™ technology, was selected from more than 650 products and hundreds of vendors. The list, in its 12th year, will be published in the September issue of KMWorld, a leading publisher and conference organiser in the fields of knowledge management, content management and document management.

Love hurts

Written by Alan Ingram on Friday, 20 September 2013. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation, Cloud hosting, Webinar

In the final blog of the series, we highlight some of the potential pitfalls that could put a strain on the perfect couple that is BPM and the Cloud.

Say the word compliance to most people and you’ll provoke a groan but one piece of legislation all UK organisations have to adhere to is the EU Data Protection Directive.

Fortunately, most IT systems now provide encryption and security features more than adequate to meet these requirements. Physical access to a server is harder to guarantee though and whilst any server located within the EU will be protected by the hosts own compliance to the Data Protection Directive, if the server is hosted outside the EU, it almost certainly won’t.

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