[Case Study] Fast Lane to Process Improvement
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The A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme is the largest road construction project in the United Kingdom - a £1.5bn joint venture between Costain, Skanska and Balfour Beatty. From the outset, the project faced logistical challenges around business processes, documents inevitably getting lost and mistakes being made.
“It’s a potential game-changer” - read our latest case study to learn how the no-code FlowForma BPM tool helped this joint venture transform manual, paper-intensive and time-consuming processes into efficient and transparent workflows, without any coding.
From this case study you will learn:
- How the Costain, Skanska and Balfour Beatty A14 joint venture is automating large amounts of document generation, while centralizing and standardizing data across projects
- How you can rapidly deploy multiple processes, and increase efficiency and governance with a full audit trail
- How FlowForma BPM’s no-code interface, intuitiveness and rich features make it very adaptable and easy to use for everyone in the organization