BPMS is a powerful tool for successful executives

   Are you also involved with your organization’s management problems?
Does your organization have a structured process?
Do you want to have direct supervision of all affairs?
Has your organization moved to e-government?
Would you like to automate your organizational processes as standard?
Would you like to make the possible changes to the mechanized processes?

The only solution to these challenges is the standard BPMS!

What is the BPMS standard? BPMS stands for Business Process Management System, which means the enterprise process management system (business). By using a standard BPMS, you must be able to mechanize all your organizational processes in full, with minimal coding. The standard BPMS must pass the BPMN 2.0 language, which is the standard language for enterprise process management (Business Process Management Notation). Organization Process Management System | BPMS is designed and developed by the Carnot Information Technology Company in a fully standardized and native technology. Carna BPMS is a powerful tool for the mechanization of organizational processes, with at least the need for programming and in the shortest possible time. How does BPMS Carnot work?

First, the candidate’s organizational processes are identified for mechanization and then identified by the Carnot expert team.
In the next step, the processes identified are documented using standard languages
Then identified and documented processes are redesigned with the electronic approach
At this point, the redesigned processes are documented in BPMN2 language
In the next step, the redesigned and documented processes in the Carnot BPMS are implemented electronically and uncoded.
At the end, mechanized processes are tested and debugged and ready to be exploited.

6 steps in making the process in BPMS
1. Design the process model
Process modeler

Graphically define the workflow pattern.
2. Design data model and form
Designing Data Model And Form Generate

Graphically, design data models and information forms.
3. Design business rules
Designing Business Roles

Design the process without the need to codify business rules
4. Define process implementers
Designing performer

Create an organizational chart and define process implementers.
5. Integration

Integrate the processes that are mechanized with other organization’s software.
6. Process publishing
Publish Process

Publish the mechanized processes in the organization.

What are the BPMS prerequisites?

Organizational strategy

The will of the organization’s managers to mechanize organizational processes is the first prerequisite for any organization to implement and operate the BPMS.
The second prerequisite is the acquisition of specialized know-how in the field of organizational process management and BPM by the custodians of each organization in order to take advantage of the technologies based on the mechanization of organizational processes. Experience has shown that the cause of the failure of most business intelligence projects, including BPMS, was human factors, not technical factors.
In this regard, it is recommended to participate in specialized seminars and study BPM related articles including BPMS, as well as to acquire specialized knowledge in business intelligence (BI).

Software and hardware prerequisites

BPMS Carnot can be installed on a variety of servers and operating systems. But due to the number of mechanized processes and the number of simultaneous users of the system, it can offer specific hardware and software requirements.
Cronu BPMS users do not need to install any extensions on their clients. BPMS is Carnot’s web-based software, and if its managers want it, they can process Internet access for system users.

Some BPMS system achievements and benefits

Process modeling using standard BMPN2 language
Advanced Form Builder Engine with support for all user interface elements and data types
Ability to manage the graphic structure and layout of the forms produced in the software
Integration with other MIS software and Carnot Portal
Build and manage enterprise processes using a graphical interface
Ability to execute processes intelligently and automatically at desired time periods
Ability to apply a variety of logical and computational validation and validation (business rules)
Ability to build and manage organizational structure (organizational chart) in 7 layers
Ability to manage and execute organizational processes simultaneously
Ability to define and manage automated processes in different stages of a workflow
Ability to determine the deadline for doing work in each section of the workflow
Support for geographic locations, domains, units and organizational posts
The logging capability of the workflow steps is done graphically
Supports the creation of consistent and flexible processes with a variety of businesses
At least 46% increase in productivity in business operations and current processes of the organization
Recognition, identification, documentation and mechanization of current organization processes
Integration with a variety of existing databases
Change the processes mechanized in the shortest time without the need for coding
Communicate with different databases and make decisions based on their available information during workflow and process
Ability to set alarms if the process is not done in scheduling