I would like to introduce one customer’s case where they built a system in a short time and achieved efficiency by combining the following services:
- kintone:Graphing database, statistics information
- Questetra:Automation of flow, Visualization of progress
- box:Secure storage
The target business was the “Management of contract renewal”.
Out of hundreds of contracts, we pick up the ones which are close to expiration and proceed their processing.
Since the process was done manually using Excel before, there were problems such as
- Mistakes by copy and paste etc. Could occur
Then, by combining the services above and automating the process, not only
- Reduction of working time ・ Elimination of mistakes
, were possible but also
- Easy visualization of the processing situation and statistics information for each issue
could be achieved.
The structure of the each integrative part is as follows.
- kintone → Questetra
- Questetra → box
- kintone ← Questetra
M221 AUTO START Auto Starting Triggered by HTTP Request
Using “Throwing Message Intermediate Event (HTTP)”, send a file by calling box API from Questetra (send http request) and receive the URL of the location of the saved file.
M225 AUTO EVENT Auto Sending of HTTP Request with Business data Inserted
・box API manual
・Blog post about settings for accessing box API from Questetra
Write data to kintone by calling kintone API from Questetra(sending http request) using “Throwing Message Intermediate Event (HTTP)”.
・kintone API manual
・Samples of accessing kintone API from Questetra
“Automation” is one of the aspects Questetra is recently enhancing. In the BPM forum（Report post 1、Report post 2, held the other day, we set “Automation” as the theme of our presentation.
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