Workflow Management System

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Workflow Management System
Different people in an organisation are responsible for different processes. For examples, a person who is responsible for making orders with suppliers will not be the same person responsible for making the payments.
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Work has to flow between different personnel in an organisation.
Workflow management systems provide automatic routing of documents to personnel responsible working on them.
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Each person that has the responsibility for completing each step in a business cycle is given access to the data at the right time for processing.
Workflow management systems have the advantage where they do not depend on the manual flow of documents.
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Workflow management systems automate the workflow by making use of databases and networks so each user is given access to the data at exactly the right time, and will no longer need to keep data stored longer than necessary.
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Work has to flow between different personnel in an organisation.

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Workflow management systems provide automatic routing of documents to personnel responsible working on them.

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Each person that has the responsibility for completing each step in a business cycle is given access to the data at the right time for processing.

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Workflow management systems automate the workflow by making use of databases and networks so each user is given access to the data at exactly the right time, and will no longer need to keep data stored longer than necessary.

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