Orchestrates and Organizes People
Orchestrating people into your information technology processes remains one of the most significant challenges to effective business execution. Forcing your people into thinking like computers are often met with resistance, frustrates your staff, and overworks your IT training programs. Without managed orchestration, your employees will fall back on email and collaboration tools to communicate, and processes will remain lost in emails or die from lack of decision support.
Easily Constructs New Apps
As business needs change, so do requirements for supporting IT systems. Business analysts study the need and document requirements so your information technology department can deliver a solution. Many times this solution requires a different interface that your users will have to learn.
IT software projects no longer have to construct yet another interface. They don’t need to code new integrations into disparate systems. You don’t need to wait for IT.
Provides Offline Support
Workflow automation shouldn’t stop with connectivity. Field operators, installers, and technicians travel in and out of network coverage and still need automation support. Information from field operators initiates subsequent steps when marking jobs complete, ordering materials, or invoicing customers. You need an automation solution to automatically handle connectivity disruptions without slowing the business down.
Integrates Disparate System
Your information technology group invests time and resources to connect disparate systems for your automation efforts. However, integration projects still require building custom apps to make them useful to the business. Instead of building countless, brittle custom apps, use Krista to consume capabilities and data from IT services.
Automates Compliance Documentation and Auditing
Documenting compliance procedures remains difficult when using ad-hoc email or team collaboration systems like Trello, Teams, and Slack. Your teams can execute and communicate more effectively using these tools, but the steps are difficult to reproduce and document to meet compliance mandates or audits.
Bypasses Excel as System of Record
Despite vast sums of time and budget spent on enterprise systems, Excel is often used as a system of record. While Excel is easy to use, and many people are skilled at extrapolating statistics, organizing, or graphing data using it, it does not platform. Excel also lacks data security, access control, input validations, and countless other necessary capabilities required for it to be suitable for enterprise data and process management.
Krista can provide an even simpler means for people to update data so Excel files can be eliminated. Or, if you continue use Excel, add Krista for security, access controls, employee notifications, and automation.
Eliminates Paper Forms
Many businesses, medical facilities, and educational institutions still have analog data capture processes requiring paper forms. Paper documents are error-prone and require redundant input into computers or digital interfaces. Modern digital transformation programs seek to remove redundant data entry to reduce errors and speed data processing.
Krista provides a tablet form factor for every business process to eliminate paper forms and documents from your workplace. Krista digitally captures sketches, drawings, photos, and even signatures like your paper processes and provides full robotic automation.