Using the Web application, workflow participants can remain in touch with active processes and keep them moving toward completion. The Web application facilitates a collaborative environment, promotes communication between workgroups and teams, and provides a method for participants to easily complete their tasks without having to depend on interfacing with others directly.
The Web application is the key to performing manual tasks, managing workflows, and generating workflow status reports, graphs, and audit histories. You can also view a real-time graphical representation of the progress of any workflow instance.
Using the array of reports, graphs, and audit histories available in the Web Application, a workflow owner can identify obstacles, bottlenecks, and trends, refine procedures for greater efficiency, and increase accountability in company processes.
The Web application works as a web portal from which you can perform the following workflow-related activities, from virtually any location with an Internet connection. Access to these features depends on ownership and permissions assigned to individual users.