Why No-Code Workflow Software is a Win-Win for Business and IT Teams

Organizations everywhere are wrestling with what digital transformation means for their business, racing to improve the customer experience, respond to competitors and create a culture of innovation that allows them to succeed in their rapidly changing marketplaces. But what is the best way for business teams and IT teams to work together to deliver on that vision, to rapidly develop and deliver enterprise software solutions to adapt to that change? Are there software solutions that allow...

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Gear Up: HighGear 2019 Workflow Champions Conference Recap

HighGear spent three days in Boston, Massachusetts this week for the 2019 Workflow Champions Conference sharing the breadth and depth of the HighGear vision and product roadmap, helping customers “Gear Up” to meet their workflow challenges in the year ahead and fully empower business analysts to achieve digital transformation by becoming Workflow Champions. Some of the early conference arrivers spent Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park watching the Boston Red Sox defeat the Baltimore Orioles 5-4,...

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How to Improve Visibility with Enterprise Task Management

Keeping track of the status of work throughout a department or line of business is challenging, especially when spreadsheets, e-mail and Post-It notes become an organization’s default system of record. Organizations need to ensure assigned tasks, status updates and completed work are all recorded in one central location, despite managing multiple systems, platforms and software applications each day. In an ideal work environment, managers should have the ability to know the exact status of...

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The ROI of No-Code Workflow Automation

Organizations that are evaluating no-code workflow automation platforms to empower business analysts in lines of business to design processes, automate workflows and streamline operations must first build a business case for investment. This often includes establishing performance benchmarks, setting expectations and analyzing the current and desired future state during the initial planning process. It is important for these lines of business to demonstrate a positive return on investment that...

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What Is Workflow Automation And Why Do You Need It?

Workflow automation enables the replacement of paper-based and manual process using digital tools, typically using a single work platform which integrates with existing business systems and controls. The tactical aim is to ensure that the right workers are working on the right tasks at the right time and have everything they need to complete work tasks available to them when they need it. Workflow automation means businesses may standardize work, ensuring preset business rules and compliance...

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HighGear CEO Featured in Frederick Innovative Technology Center Video

Vaughn Thurman, HighGear's CEO, was featured in a recent video with the Frederick Innovative Technology Center, Inc. for its "In the Trenches" interview series, where esteemed advisors discuss their entrepreneurial journey. To learn more about HighGear’s no-code workflow platform or schedule a product demo, please visit our No-Code Workflow Platform page or follow us on Twitter @gohighgear.

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How HighGear Compares to other Enterprise Task Management Software Solutions

Typical task management solutions make you choose between powerful features or ease of use. Task management companies either provide simplicity so that the tool can be used by everyday business people (but not enterprise complexity), or they offer robust platforms to handle complex task management challenges, but are too difficult for non-technical people to use effectively. HighGear is the only platform that combines both power and ease of use. Let’s look at some familiar task management...

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No Code Workflow Automation versus Low Code BPM versus Big BPM

Because the markets for workflow automation, process automation and business process management are flooded with different solution providers, it is important to understand the difference between each type of solution in order to decide which platform might be the best fit for your enterprise. While no code workflow automation platforms deliver functionality directly into the hands of process managers, business analysts and non-IT staff, low code solutions are primarily used by IT teams...

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Practical Innovation and Insurance Workflow Automation Technology That Delivers Results

Change for the sake of change is not innovation and insurers need to attract and retain employees as well as customers. The insurance industry is facing serious challenges in attracting and retaining customers in a very highly competitive environment. Barriers to new entrants to the sector may be high, but the fluidity and rapidity of product development and packaging demonstrates how sensitive industry players are to consumer demands. A further challenge emanates from employees too, not just...

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Shifting Workflow Functionality from IT Teams to Business Analysts

No code workflow platforms are favored by the business side of an organization because they provide the power to create and modify workflows and business applications without the need for IT to get involved. Business analysts are prime targets for no code providers, giving them the ability to engage in discovery and design, but then develop the solution the business needs without handing off to a frequently busy IT team operating with very tight budgets and multiple competing demands being...

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