Combating Covid-19 business disruption and accelerating digital transformation with remote collaboration tools
How remote collaboration can help organizations ensure business continuity and enhance efficiency throughout the Covid-19 pandemicAdd bookmark
In an attempt to help organizations rapidly digitize processes and combat the impact of Covid-19, BPM and workflow software provider FlowForma have launched a range of remote collaboration bundles. These tools offer a rapid solution to ensure business continuity during the pandemic through a simplified no-code approach that serves to accelerate business-critical digital transformation initiatives.
Olivia Bushe, CEO at FlowForma, advises: “Businesses drowning in paperwork have struggled with enforced home working and will need to digitize as quickly as possible. Our new bundles seamlessly connect distributed employees while paving the way for long-term digital transformation, with our new ‘Team Apps’ also making these remote meetings more productive. We provide process automation software that enhances process governance and efficiency to deliver savings in time and cost.”
The bundles combine the following features and functionality to deliver immediate business benefits:
- Enhanced employee collaboration: The ‘Teams App’ seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Teams for advanced document sharing, group decision-making and live process development, with an option to expand across further groups with ‘FlowForma Collaborate’.
- Improved stakeholder engagement: The ‘Flowforma Engage’ feature allows customers, clients and supply chain partners to access forms, encouraging stakeholders to complete process steps via a secure web link.
- Faster decision-making: The ‘Flowforma Decision’ feature enables public and private voting to facilitate informed, data-backed decisions by employing authorized e-signatures to ensure security and compliance.
Organizations that have made use of these features, which range from a UK-based further education institute to a community service agency based in Singapore, are well equipped to work through the pandemic.
Mark Lay, finance director at Abingdon & Witney College, remarks: “Having our processes online with FlowForma means that when we shifted to working from home because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the students and staff could input to vital, emergency processes.”
Lim Pua Meng, IT manager at Touch Community Services, admits: “Covid-19 hit us hard and all our staff have been forced to work from home. We are very glad that digitization has allowed them to work remotely without any hindrance, thanks to FlowForma.”
FlowForma’s remote collaboration bundles feature a select set of Covid-19-themed process accelerators that include pre-return to work forms, employee wellness assessments, and a contact-tracing log. They can be easily edited to suit the requirements of each business as staff prepare to return to the workplace.
This article was originally published as FlowForma Combats COVID-19 Business Disruption And Accelerates Digital Transformation With New Collaboration Bundles.