What's new in WorkflowGen version 6.2

Pushing workflow automation towards more fluidity, transparency, and intelligence.

Version 6.2 incorporates many requests for improvements received from our clients. Most of them are leading organizations who never cease to amaze us with the extensive usage they make of WorkflowGen while implementing business-critical processes at the very core of their activities. We take great pride in contributing to their success in mastering complexity and constant changes.

To address this business reality defined by complexity and constant changes, we keep pushing our workflow automation solution towards more fluidity, transparency, and intelligence.

Our goal is to offer a refined and frictionless tool that enables our clients to deploy adaptable processes that truly reflect the ideal behavior (business rules, customization, integration, scalability) they have in mind, but with a minimum of steps (friction) between conception and implementation.

Among dozens of improvements, WorkflowGen 6.2 offers a new UI/UX for process management and action notification, as well as an enriched API for the deployment of processes, global lists, and workflow apps.

Deploying processes to multiple development, testing and production environments can be a daunting task, not to mention a complex process in itself. Version 6.2 enables process deployment automation while reducing manual testing and increasing responsiveness in process adjustment delivery.

The Quick Mass Approval and Dashboard features have been enhanced to let end-users view, update, and handle their requests and reports in real time directly from their workflow portal home pages.

Performance and scalability have been increased for processes with large amounts of process data. Performance is critical in handling large numbers of transactions and to provide a real-time UX when process actions update hundreds of data either entered by humans or coming from other data sources.

WorkflowGen is used worldwide in multiple languages including Chinese and Arabic. And because words aren’t the same length when translated in different languages, culture-customized stylesheets mean a better UI/UX. Version 6.2 localization supports CSS and JavaScript that can be customized for any language and layout.


Check out the Release Notes for all details and installation packs.