1. Process Definition function

Anyone can design their own original workflows, from scratch or based on a sample (Process Archive).

  1. Design your Flow (Drag and Drop)
    Drop icons and draw a workflow diagram.
  2. Design your Data Set
    Define the data items and the data types; String, Date, Select and etc.
  3. Configure Access Level
    Determine what data item are accessible at each step.
  4. Configure Allocation Rule
    Assign group, role or user for each Swimlane.
  5. Configure Branch Rule
    Establish Conditions at each Gateway.
BPMN modeling in 30 min.

Tour: Business Designing for the First Time
Tour: M202 BUSINESS FLOW Deadline in Each Step
Tour: M207 DATA ITEM Initial Value of Data Items Set at the Start
Tour: M219 AUTO START Auto Starting Triggered by Incoming Fax

 

2. Activation Control function

Once a Process Model (workflow definition) is defined, merely pressing the “activate” button puts it right into the operating Workflow System.

Click to activate Workflow

 

3. Generation Management function

Each generation of Process Model can be exported and saved as Process Archive under the version control, to be used in other departments or as templates.

 

4. Master Management function

Product classifications or customer segment IDs are manageable as master data, available from some Process Models. Form PDFs like Quote or Invoice are consolidated as well.

 


     

 

About BPMN Modeling

BPMN is a notation for Process Flow design, that is an international defact standard for defining business process (workflows) since 2004 and easy to understand for non-programmers. Questetra is meant to have a quick learning curve, enabling users to begin BPMN modeling within minutes. Questetra is also publishing more than 500 business templates.

BPMN: Business Process Model and Notation (Business Process Modeling Notation)

 

BPMN samples for Questetra

Light-hearted Lecture Series

  1. Selecting “Split” or “Parallel”
  2. Altering Parallel Processing Number
  3. Throwing Messages in Mid-flow
  4. Generating Child Workflows
  5. Trap of Breeding Loop
  6. Interrupting Other Worker’s Task
  7. Multiple Starting Occasion
  8. Defining Tasks Not Ordered Yet