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Digital transformation an issue? No code platform bypasses IT bottleneck
Digital transformation has been a hot topic for nearly a decade but 68 percent of business processes still remain highly manual - here's a solution.
SAP Concur: Six ways to cash in on business expense data
According to SAP Concur, with the right set of tools, organisations can better monitor costs and maximise efficiency.
Promapp's NZ-born BPM software a hit with US university
Promapp’s business process management software has been chosen by a United States university to support the institution's document processes.
Leadership and development provider Thrive deploys Kiwi BPM software
“We needed a business process management solution which would support professional services delivery and a sustainable future." - Thrive Alliance
Auckland's Promapp wins business process management contract
“We’re looking forward to the benefits which Promapp will provide to the business in the years ahead.”
Promapp gains new US client in Michigan State University
IPF will deploy Promapp’s BPM tool to streamline business processes and capture day-to-day operational information.
Kiwi gas company speeds up approval processes with Promapp
First Gas has signed a contract with Promapp, and will replace its current manual, paper-based business processes with Promapp’s process mapping tool.
Kiwi software provider recognised as one of the world's ‘hot vendors’ in BPM
There were five vendors recognised in the report, each with unique approaches to supporting the business process management needs of organisations.
Kiwi business software provider Promapp continues US expansion with new contract
GCM will deploy Promapp’s cloud-based business process management (BPM) software to capture and manage business processes.
Fraser Coast Council deploys Promapp to ramp up workflow efficiency
For example, if a customer request for a water meter issue is received, a work order can then be generated and a council staff member dispatched.
Promapp unleashes lean, mean tagging machine
"The hunt for continual improvement encourages everyone to identify new ways to reduce resource usage, develop and deliver products faster."
CASE STUDY: Go Bus uses industry-leading tech to improve processes
After experiencing rapid growth, Go Bus were faced with a choice to improve administration processes - hire more staff or invest in technology?
SAP unveils new private cloud for mid-sized businesses
In sync with the Union Budget 2017, SAP SE recently made a huge announcement - what they’re calling the next generation business suite.
Promapp signs on two new Sydney hires to grow Australian presence
Cloud-based process management provider Promapp has appointed two new Sydney-based employees to help grow its Australian presence.
Toyota Australia & Promapp plan the way through business transition
Toyota Australia has successfully used Promapp's cloud-based process management software as the company moves to national sales and distribution.
Aussie aged care provider looks to boost business with Promapp
Bethanie Group has chosen Promapp to provide a platform that will enable the aged care facility provider to develop and expand its business.
Four tips to help you keep up with your business growth
Business is booming, but you’re drowning. Somewhere, beneath a mountain of paperwork and a virtual avalanche of Excel spreadsheets.
Lack of staff constraining local BPM investment benefits
Australian businesses are investing in business process management, but a lack of staff and inconsistency in internal practices are limiting benefits.
Business process management proving popular for Kiwi organisations
Kiwi organisatons are embracing the concept of business process management, with more than one in three planning increased investment in BPM.
Utilising business process management in the enterprise
“As well as helping organisations streamline internal processes, BPM systems are being used to reveal bottlenecks or failure points."