Australasian ICT News site Rust Report recently caught up with Promapp CEO Ivan Seselj to discuss how Promapp sets itself apart from competitors. Seselj stated the simplicity is its main difference. "Promapp makes processes simple to document, simple to use and simple to maintain, supporting the development of smarter and safer ways to work, and encouraging collaboration across operational teams rather than limiting involvement to process analysts and technical specialists," Seselj stated. "It encourages continuous feedback from the process users and provides for dynamic response and improvement on the part of the process owner."
Promapp has over 300 clients utilising its cloud-based BPM software, such as Toyota Financial Services, Coca-Cola Amatil, Meridian Energy, McDonald’s, Fisher & Paykel Appliances, Genesis Energy, Ricoh Australia to name just a few. The number of Promapp users varies in each business, ranging from 20 users to 10,000 users.
To read more of Rust Report's interview with Seselj, click here.