ISIS Papyrus Software

Trained Processes For Dynamic Business Requirements

In product on October 6, 2009 at 1:43 am

Conventional 2D flowchart modeling of business processes is characterized by its rigidity and lack of flexibility to adapt to changes in the business environment. With today’s dynamically evolving business requirements the maintenance of hardcoded applications is a severe limitation for business users to perform their tasks for achieving particular business goals.

ISIS Papyrus recognized this limitation when it developed the User-Trained Agent, or UTA as part of the Papyrus Platform. The patented UTA is able to learn from the actions of users based on their business roles and to later perform them automatically. This shortens enormously the time to create workflows and discards completely any additional programming and complex interfaces. If a workflow requires changes it is equally easy to retrain the UTA with a few examples instead of rewriting vast amounts of code lines. For actions that are not subject to automation like modifying or generating a letter the UTA presents a quick-start button regarding the pending activity to the user, who will then click the button to perform the appropriate action.

Integrated authorization ensures that only authorized users can create or modify activities or business rules and that these rules can only be performed within the authorization scope of the user. As a result the UTA empowers business users to adapt their workflows gradually to changing conditions and to accomplish strategic business goals without the intervention of IT.

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