Handling approvals on paper and email?

We know another way!

Introducing

Fluenta Workflow

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Internal approvals – electronically

Bring your business procedures to the next level.

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Ergonomic requisitons

Send internal requests for approvals using pre-set webforms.

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Approval chain – the way you want it

Mirror the current manual approval chain with automated options.

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Not for procurement only

Use it for any business process – from initiating procurement procedures to managing internal requisitions.

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Keep track of every step

See the status of all ongoing approval procedures in one place.
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Live tutorials

We will teach you how to use our system during implementation.

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More to know about Fluenta Workflow

  • Webforms customized to each process

    Usually webforms are used to forward the business process from the sender to the addressee. The forms used by the company can be created in the system individually, employing all types of data input fields (such as dates, file upload requests...).

    Required data fields can be indicated on each form, and it is possible to request information that is crucial for approval or processing. Based on data specified on the forms, it is easy to assign processes to specific cost centers, organizational units, or projects.

  • Approval chain

    An approval chain can be assigned to each requisition process either manually or based on pre-set rules. This ensures the expert or the person responsible for the given area will make the decisions about the evaluation process. Approval rules are aligned with the organizational structure and existing rules of procedure; therefore, decisions are channeled through the same points as before.

    While a process is under approval, those involved in the procedure can check the approval status. If a process is rejected, the initiating user can restart the process without re-entering the data already provided.

  • Use cases

    The business process module has a wide range of possible uses; it can even replace multiple smaller subsystems. These may be, for example:

    • applying for training opportunities
    • travel requests or booking car pool services
    • repair or maintenance requests
    • requests to initiate procurement procedure
    • static data management, etc.
    The overview displays the initiators, the status, and the details of the processes; information entered on the webforms is also accessible in a database from.

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