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Low Code/No Code BPM: Fluidity, Function and Freedom

By BP Logix on May 20, 2018 9:33:47 AM

Topics: BPM BPM software


The capacity of today’s deeper low code/no code BPM platforms is practically limitless, combining targeted applications with simplicity and speed of execution. Process Director is at the forefront of these platforms, with its highly scalable, highly intuitive structure. Our BPM platform enables those with knowledge of their own departmental or organizational pain points to take the reins in designing and launching solutions. The ease of building business process management solutions with Process Director’s low code/no code BPM structure translates not only to a better initial end application, but also to an application that can be changed, and re-changed, as the customer journey or business goals shift. This flexibility of purpose is a necessity for a digitally transformative business model.

While there are many low code/no code BPM suites on the market today, none of them combine the capacity and simplicity of Process Director. In an effort to offer the most competitive utility possible, other platform providers often get caught in the trap of pasting together their bells and whistles, resulting in a solution that, in the end, resembles Quasimodo. Process Director’s many workflow tools and features integrate organically into the overall structure, allowing the implementer to seamlessly incorporate robust utility into processes and applications without losing his or her way.

Another benefit of the low code/no code BPM environment is the autonomy it grants. Rather than being dependent on an already over-burdened IT department’s programmers, Process Director enables an application to be created quickly and accurately by citizen developers—often the very people who will be overseeing the application’s performance. Read below for more features and benefits that Process Director BPM implementation will provide:

Benefits of Process Director’s Low Code/No Code BPM Platform

  • Imagine your organization delivering its own rich digital applications, on any platform, before your competitors have laid down the first thousand lines of code.
  • Imagine saving millions on expensive technical staff, incompatible packaged applications, and maintenance of obsolete code.
  • Imagine providing straight-through processing and visibility all the way from your customers to your suppliers, while at all times guaranteeing compliance, accountability, and security.

Key Benefits of Process Director

  • Improved Efficiency: Improve process efficiency by reducing paper handling and manual routing; eliminate errors and improve the lifecycle of document, content and forms processing.
  • Easy Automation: Take advantage of Process Director’s easy graphical tools to transform new and existing processes into powerful automated workflows.
  • Enhanced Regulatory Compliance: Ensure a robust GRC (governance, risk, and compliance) posture using Process Director’s strong authentication, authorization, and audit capabilities.
  • Reduced Errors and Miscommunications: Email notifications, dashboards, and process intelligence reports ensure you stay on top of every step of every process.

Schedule a Free Demonstration

Schedule a free demonstration of Process Director BPM platform and discover for yourself how this unique business process management software platform empowers you to innovate, respond to market demands, and delight your customers. Or, contact us to learn more about how our BPM and digital transformation solutions have helped our customers conquer their digital challenges.

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.