Unveiling New Filtering Chart for Business Process Improvement
Kyoto, Japan – November 10, 2014 — Questetra, Inc., the global SaaS provider of Business Process Management (BPM), today announced that they have published the new version 10.0 of the cloud-based Workflow product “Questetra BPM Suite” on November 10, 2014.
In this new version which is a major upgrading since two years, it has enhanced features such as ‘Filtering Chart’ which aggregates flowed data graphically. This will help, for example, to analyze Business Progression by graphing the Issues that have been approved and Invoice PDF that has been automatically generated in it, into a chart of ‘Transition of Monthly Billing total’.
Moreover, the Number of Users Limitation on Free SaaS Edition is expanded to 10 Users, to commemorate Release of version 10.0. This will allow easier introduction of Cloud environment for the owners of smaller office or for a particular section in a company.
Questetra BPM Suite
It has a great feature that you can modify the configurations with easy Drag & Drop configuration. It requires no Programming skills even for setting Automated processing such as ‘Email Auto-transmission’ or ‘Process to Process connection’. Therefore, you can continuously improve complicated business process by worker-driven, e.g. Decision-making, Translating, or Complaint handling. In addition, with the knowledge of Programming or Scripting, you can expand frameworks for Automated Data Processing or IoT connection using APIs.
Graphical Business Data Analysis feature (v10.0)
Exceptional Flow Definition
Mitigation of Looping Structure Restriction
Enhanced HTTP Auto-request
*Please see our Release note for the detail of New Features: http://www.questetra.com/info/version-1000/
About Questetra, Inc.
|Corporate Name:||Questetra, Inc. (株式会社クエステトラ)|
|Corporate Address:||206 Takamiya-cho Oike Bldg. 4th Fl., Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-0835, Japan|
|Founded:||April 1, 2008|
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