How JobTraQ Beats Other Enterprise Task Management Software Solutions

Typical Task Management Solutions Make You Choose Between Powerful Features or Ease of Use JobTraQ is the ONLY solution on the market that provides enterprise grade task management functionality that business analysts and non-coders can use themselves. JobTraQ is the leading workflow automation platform for companies in heavily regulated industries, but a crucial component is our enterprise-grade task management software. JobTraQ is the only true No Code workflow platform which can be used by the Business with zero IT support, but IT still retains control over security and integration, leaving business analysts, team leaders, and Business stakeholders free to focus... Read More »

No Code Workflow Automation versus Low Code BPM versus Big BPM

Which workflow management platform you use should depend on who your end-user is going to be The market is flooded with workflow automation and BPM platforms; however we can differentiate out the various main offerings to enable practical decision making on which flavor of workflow or process automation you need. No code workflow automation delivers functionality directly into the hands of process managers, business analysts, and non-IT staff who understand business workflows and processes; in other words the people who know what the processes are, engage in discovery and design, are now the people who can also execute and deliver... Read More »

Shifting Workflow Functionality from IT Teams to Business Analysts

Empowering Business Analysts to Directly and Rapidly Deploy Workflow Solutions No code workflow platforms are favored by the business side of an organization because they provide the power to create and modify workflows and business applications without the need for IT to get involved. Business analysts are prime targets for no code providers, giving them the ability to engage in discovery and design, but then develop the solution the business needs without handing off to a frequently stretched IT team operating with very tight budgets and multiple competing demands being placed upon them. JobTraQ Product Tour from Swift Software on... Read More »

The Impact of General Data Protection Regulation and Enforcing Compliance with No Code Workflow Software

Managing Third Party Vendors Demands Compliance Workflow Software That Extends Visibility and Control Beyond Organizational Boundaries GDPR is a European Union regulation which mandates compliance in how data operators and data owners manage and secure the personal data of EU residents (citizens and non-EU citizens who reside in the EU). While this is a non-US regulation, it affects almost every American organization because of how data flows around the globe. If your organization collects or processes data on EU residents, you must comply with GDPR with effect from May 25, 2018. What the exact GDPR compliance requirements are going to... Read More »

Case Study: cfX Incorporated

Powering the American Dream through Workflow Automation in a Highly Regulated Industry cfX is on a mission to deliver the very best technology, analysis, and recommendations to manage risk and cash flows for America’s Housing Finance Agencies (HFAs). In a heavily regulated environment, cfX delivers a range of technology and advisory services to HFAs nationwide, including bond sales and structuring complex transactions, qualitative analysis, risk management, cash flow management, and operating transaction management. Due to its pivotal role in advising HFAs on complex financial products and transactions, cfX is regulated by both the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and Municipal Securities... Read More »

No Code Does Not Mean No Power

No Code Workflow Platform and Business Application Creation No Code work platforms and business toolkits have typically appealed to the business user who has a need to fix an immediate pain-causing problem. A serious criticism is that No Code may be able to provide a quick and dirty fix, but the application cannot be scaled or applied elsewhere within the organization. There are also the issues of security, support, user adoption, and accountability, not to mention as soon as no code applications need to integrate with other business systems, they suddenly lose their ‘no code’ status. Is it possible for... Read More »

Differentiating Between Low Code BPM Platforms

Low Code BPM has promised to deliver business apps faster and make the process of Digital Transformation faster, easier, and smoother. The problem Low Code BPM platforms have is that they are still largely targeted at the professional developer, and making their life faster, easier, and smoother. But, what about the business user themselves, such as a Business Analyst who can see the need for change and knows what that change ought to be, but cannot execute and change the process itself because the tools are in the hands of the High Priests of  Technology? The current state of the... Read More »

Enterprise Task Management By The Worker For The Worker

Enterprise Task Management By The People for the People Enterprise task management systems promise to deliver organization, efficiency, and work visibility, however a common issue is that they also deliver a straitjacket for work processes, are cumbersome, and while they offer insight for management they are frequently just another system layer for the people who must work with them. Tagged onto this is the price tag, not just of the initial cost of ownership, but the ensuing support burden typically laid upon IT’s shoulders. Instead of empowering workers to respond and react to the business environment, to test ideas for... Read More »

The Human Touch, Process Optimization, and Platformization

Process-versus-Platform and when should innovation supersede process optimization Michael Schrage is a fellow at the MIT Sloan School for Digital Business, and I read his article over the Holidays, tantalizingly entitled, “Instead of Optimizing Processes, Reimagine Them as Platforms”. I bit and read it, interested to see where this would go, especially after having adopted the concept of viewing a business through a process lens. The main meat of the article centered around a UX tweak for a client, which proposed the provision of inventory data to the prospective customer upfront. The idea was that by showing inventory as in... Read More »

Sarbanes-Oxley and the Lean BPM Solution for Executive Fear

Karl Hindle is a former auditor with Arthur Andersen and Pannell Kerr Forster, and covers the issue of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and the Lean BPM solution for SOX using JobTraQ SOX Compliance: Your Own Bed or ‘Club Fed’ Sarbanes-Oxley was enacted in 2002 in the wake of Enron, Tyco, WorldCom, and a host of executives being arrested and forced to do the “perp walk”, being led away in handcuffs and usually hitting the evening news. Bluntly, SOX introduced real teeth into the world of corporate responsibility, holding the CEO and CFO fully responsible for compliance with the legislation, and threatening large... Read More »


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