Kyoto, Japan — August 4, 2010 — Questetra, Inc., a Japanese software development company, announces significant enhancements in the G Suite (formerly Google Apps) integration functions of its business process management (BPM) software. This upgrade should help to improve cloud computing environments for companies that use G Suite.
Today almost all companies search for a way to utilize cloud computing to its utmost advantage, and the number of those considering G Suite is increasing furiously. Many issues still exist, however, such as how to share business rules or create workflow systems.
Questetra BPM Suite SaaS Edition, launched in 2009 as a global SaaS, enables visualization of employee work progress as well as allows each user to easily see his/her unfinished tasks. All functions of the application can be operated on web browsers, including the workflow function (sending a task downstream), modeling function (defining workflows by drag-and-drop), monitoring function (auditing progress and results), and functions for interoperability with external systems. The trial version has been downloaded by more than 10 thousand businesspeople from over 170 countries.
The newest 6.1 version released today focuses on G Suite integration, making the employee’s work cycle smooth and easy and operable in the cloud:
- confirming tasks on a Google Gadget,
- managing deadlines on Google Calendar,
- exporting past data to Google Spreadsheets,
- and executing tasks.
These new features can be experienced with “SaaS 5,” the free service that lets users try “Questetra BPM Suite SaaS Edition” with a limit to 5 users. http://old.store.questetra.com/en/Free-SaaS-BPMS/
collaboration with G Suite
Comments from Questetra CEO
“If we are to consider a work approach that allows employees to work in any place at any time, it will be necessary to clarify each department’s position and workflows. I believe Questetra’s product can contribute greatly to optimizing cloud computing performance.”
What’s Business Process Management
Business Process Management (BPM) is a management theory that has garnered attention from around 2002, and entails improving business processes continuously. BPM tools support the improvement cycle with functions for process modeling, operation and monitoring.
Questetra, Inc. is a software development company established in April 2008, in Kyoto, Japan. Questetra’s mission is to optimize human tasks and contribute to businesses around the world. http://www.questetra.com/
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