The process records the results of a circular sent to dozens of target persons.
The number of persons to be circulated to can be varied.
The recipients can be specified in batches by a list of user email addresses or by targeting organisations.
This workflow allows the conference secretary to prepare for the organisation of a web conference. The secretary obtains approval of the schedule and agenda from their supervisor. After approval, the meeting is automatically announced using the Outlook calendar.
You will also be notified of the Teams meeting URL.
The system manages the entire process from order receipt to delivery. The order information is entered in the “1. Order Information Entry” process and the project is started in “2. Confirmation of delivery date, etc.”. The delivery date will be automatically registered in Google Calendar. If multiple projects are progressing simultaneously, you can view the delivery dates for each project on Google Calendar.
The system accepts and responds to customer enquiries, automatically preparing a response template when an enquiry is received via web form or email. In the process [1. Accept Query/Write Response], the support person can choose to draft a response or, if necessary, request advice or translation. If a final response cannot be prepared in the process [2. Write Response], the primary response is sent and then the process [3. Final Answer] takes place.
This process manages the configuration work up to the delivery of a web service order.
Work is allocated to the person in charge according to the options specified when the order is received.
The manager can check the person in charge and progress of the configuration work for each project on the flow diagram.
This is the process by which sales representatives record and share the results of meetings with customers.
The sales representative registers the appointment in advance and enters the results after the meeting has taken place.
After inputting the results, the results of the meeting are automatically shared with the relevant parties by email.
The logo images for Questetra BPM Suite were designed with the concept that Ques-kun was travelling from Tokyo Bay to Kyoto, where our headquarter is located, using Hiroshige Utagawa’s Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido as a motif. He finally arrived in Kyoto in Ver.15.1! Now, what will the next logo look like?