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BPM Compliance Automation Software Solutions

By BP Logix on Dec 14, 2018 12:42:19 PM

Regulatory-Compliance-SolutionsAutomate and improve your workflows and business processes while avoiding BPM and workflow compliance landmines

Process Director BPM and workflow software enhances process efficiency and reliability of virtually any business process and helps establish efficient workflows. Highly regulated processes, such as those in the financial services and pharmacology industries, face specific regulatory compliance and BPM compliance challenges. They are subject to more scrutiny than their lightly regulated counterparts. They must track and record every meaningful transaction in a way that can be retraced later by auditors and regulators. Finally, their data must be tightly protected, with minimal impact to customers and operations.

As a process workflow solution, Process Director supports the unique workflow compliance and BPM compliance automation needs of these organizations. Offering enhanced data security, audit, and access control features, this enterprise workflow automation software enables these highly regulated businesses compliance automation to automate and improve their business processes while avoiding compliance landmines.

Process Director Includes BPM Compliance Automation & Management Features:

  • Enhanced Audit Support
    • Form field auditing tracks any change to form data
    • User reference reporting identifies all objects in which a given user is explicitly named
    • External audit log records all events and actions
  • Enhanced Authentication
    • Digital Signatures
    • Electronic Signing
    • Re-authentication
    • Multi-factor Authentication
    • Strong password enforcement
  • Other Features
    • Ability to print detailed reports of process and form definitions
    • Strict default permissions
    • Optional encryption of form data
    • Machine learning capabilities for risk detection
    • Configurable restrictions on the set of users to whom a given individual may delegate his/her authority

Process Director uses BPM and workflow capabilities to help organizations easily and operate fluid, reliable, and dynamic processes while at the same time ensuring that they don’t run afoul of auditors and regulators. Strong, compliant processes are the best predictor of a healthy and growing business. With Process Director workflow compliance and BPM compliance automation solutions as a key partner, organizations can flourish even in the face of ever-changing regulatory and business process governance conditions.

Highly regulated processes, such as those in financial services and pharmacology industries, face regulatory compliance challenges, meaning that data must be tightly protected and every transaction tracked in a way that can be retraced by auditors and regulators. Process Director ensures organizations meet this high hurdle. If your organization is in financial services, health care, government, or any other highly regulated industry, Process Director is the best solution for secure, auditable business process management (BPM).

Schedule a Free BPM Software Demo

Request a free BPM software demonstration of Process Director BPM and discover for yourself how its unique low-code BPM capabilities sets the pace for digital transformation, empowering unparalleled ability to innovate, respond to market demands, and delight your customers. Contact us with any questions you have regarding Process Director’s BPM software and workflow management software capabilities.

BP Logix

Written by BP Logix

BP Logix helps leaders in regulated industries transform the way they get work done with powerful digital process automation. Our award-winning, low-code platform, Process Director, helps businesses digitize and automate their most complex and unique processes – all while ensuring compliance at every step. We are trusted by major brands in regulated industries, including universities and colleges, Fortune 500 pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies, leading financial institutions, utility providers, healthcare organizations, and public sector entities.