How would you like it, if I told you there is an incredible BPM tool that could, do the following and so much more?
Well, if you are like me, then you should be saying sign me up please (www.promapp.com)
With the rigorous demands placed on organizations, to standardize and manage their business processes, there is critical need for a BPM tool that is easy to use and adaptable as well, hence Promapp
Now, before we get started, I have a question for you: Have you downloaded a trial of Promapp yet…? No worries if you have not yet, I am sure you will once you have finished reading this blog
Welcome to Promapp
When you first log into Promapp, the following home screen will appear:
Navigation within Promapp:
Processes: This tab will highlight all of the Process that you are Involved in (Process Owner or Process Expert), Own (Processes that you have created), Favorites (Pinned Processes listed as your favorite for easy accessibility):
Documents: All documents and correspondences that you add, to support/link to your processes. This can include a Form, Guide, Image, Information, Policy, Training and Videos:
Systems: Systems that support your business processes are here. Systems are in alphabetical order:
Dashboard: Dashboard view New Processes, Document Changes, and Process Changes:
Risks: Any Risk associated to a process are located here, to include, Overdue Risk and Control Changes to Review. Additionally, you can register new risks, by clicking on the “Go To Register” radio button:
Improvements: A listing of improvements for your process, to include, Open Incidents, High Priority Incidents, Overdue Incidents. To identify an improvement click on the “Go To The Register” radio button:
Training: A listing of trainings, to support your processes. To add a new training, click on the “Create Training” radio button. You can filter trainings by Type, Role, Status, and Training Due In:
Now that we have covered the fundamentals of the ribbon control, let us get to building
For this exercise, we will build an Employee On-boarding process:
The following landing page wiill incompass a lot, so be sure to pay attention to detail
Once you click on Add Activity first describe the active for this step. Next, Assign Role for whom should complete this step (role based, not user based). For Employee On-boarding, Complete Req. Form is the activity, and It is assigned to HR/ Manager.
I hope this blog is helpful, insightful and educational for all of you who are new to using Promapp. If you questions feel free to reach out to me in the Nintex Community, Twitter: wknowles22, or email me directly at William.email@example.com
Now have fun mapping those processes and enjoy
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