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Quick tip: Add data fields

With data fields, you can add custom data to almost any icon type in the web application, linking performance indicators to activities, a list of ISO standards at process level, etc.

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Quick tip: Draw process network

Sensus BPM Designer works as standard according to the principles of the Sensus method. This means that a maximum of 6 hierarchical levels can be used for the process structure. These levels are visible in the tree view and in the canvas view.

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Quick tip: Documents

In a project in Sensus BPM Designer you can name documents, which can then be linked to various icons in a process. The result is that these documents can be opened with the click of a mouse when they have been assigned to an input document, for example.

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Quick tip: Automated processes

In an age of digitalisation and robotisation, organisations are increasingly setting up processes in which the processing of the data of applications and systems forms the central element. Standard conventions for business processes no longer meet the need for documenting this IT architecture.

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Quick tip: Departments and positions

Quick tip: Departments and positions

Responsible roles can be assigned to actions in processes. This provides immediate insight into who needs to do what at what point in the process. To be able to link responsible roles to actions, these must first be listed under “Departments and Positions”.

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Quick tip: Organogram

Responsible roles can be assigned to actions in processes. This provides immediate insight into who needs to do what at what point in the process. To be able to link responsible roles to actions, these must first be listed under “Departments and Positions”.

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Quick tip: Modeling

Quick tip: Modeling

To describe processes in the Sensus BPM Designer, click the Processes tab on the left of the screen. On this tab you will find the process structure (tree). The action level view now appears on the canvas (middle part of the interface).

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