Sensus BPM Online

List of our integrations


Power BI

Sensus and Power BI – the power of information synergy.

Power BI transforms data from organisations into rich analyses and clear reports. You can now create reports in Sensus BPM Online and load them as a live source into Power BI.

Sensus BPM Designer and Power BI are a great match. By creating a report of all your necessary information in Sensus BPM Online, one or more reports can be loaded into Power BI and refreshed automatically when data changes. Use this report data to create a dashboard and coherent analyses of your data from Sensus or to combine with other data sources from your organisation.


  • Use Power BI to create and use custom live analysis reports from your Sensus process data
  • Create, combine and publish Sensus process data with other application data
  • Connect processes, KPIs, turnaround times and standards with your live data
  • Create your own reports and dashboard
  • Publish and share live processes and process information in Power BI
  • Set up your dashboard once and benefit from the power of live information



When you generate an MS Excel report via Sensus BPM Online, the exported spreadsheet is automatically updated with any adjustments made in the design module of Sensus BPM Online.

It was already possible to create extensive reports in Sensus BPM Online for use in Excel, enabling you to export all the process information you need.

But now, with this integration, you can define a report once in Sensus BPM Online and then have it automatically updated live in your Excel file whenever the project changes.


API access

GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language designed for APIs. Sensus BPM Online implements this GraphQL standard, making it a breeze to retrieve specific parts of projects for processing in your own systems.

Ask for what you need, get exactly that
Send a GraphQL query to your API and get exactly what you need, nothing more, nothing less. GraphQL queries always return predictable results. Apps using GraphQL are fast and stable because they, not the server, control the data they get.

Get many resources in a single request
GraphQL queries access not just the properties of one resource but also smoothly follow references between them. While typical REST APIs require loading from multiple URLs, GraphQL APIs get all the data your app needs in a single request. Apps using GraphQL can be fast even on slow mobile network connections.

GraphQL APIs are organised in terms of types and fields, not endpoints. Access the full capabilities of your data from a single endpoint. GraphQL uses types to ensure that apps only ask for what’s possible and provide clear and helpful errors. Apps can use types to avoid writing manual parsing code.

To find out more about GraphQL,


Integrator widget

No code needed! 100% plug and play.

Select the process, risk or activity to be lifted from the external application and paste it into the desired screen of your application. See directly from the application in which step of the process you are.


Messaging & Triggers

Our customers really need triggers and the option of sending automated messages from Sensus BPM Online – linked to process information – at regular intervals or otherwise. A good trigger or automatically sent message is also of great importance for a number of organisation-specific development initiatives, such as forms, integrator or integration with third-party systems.

How do we arrange for a trigger or message to be sent periodically from any random element (processes, categories, functions, etc.) that can set things in motion from within the application?

The solution we have chosen is as simple as it is brilliant.

What triggers should we have:

  • Mailto: (by email)
  • Calendar appointment (by email)
  • Task (by email)

System trigger (JSON Web Token direct link to a specific system, e.g.: “send form” or “start IF/THEN process”)

The Integrator is used to select the element from which the specified action is triggered. Then the type of trigger for activation can be chosen, such as “email’, “calendar’, “task’, or “system trigger’.

Custom Trigger API

Coming soon

Custom Trigger API helps create micro chain reactions, as it were. If a particular process needs to be audited, an email can be automatically sent to the auditor with an audit form linked to that process. An “IF” can be set (in this case when the audit date is approaching) and the “THEN” will ensure that an event is triggered (in this case an email being sent with an audit form linked to that process). This way mini-scripts for a variety of operational matters can be created that support the execution of these processes.

For example:

  1. Incident reports
  2. Workplace accidents
  3. Auditing
  4. Risk reports

Increasingly more vendors, like Google, Microsoft and Youtrack, offer such an “IF/THEN” application. Sensus provides the link for a large group of vendors so that information from Sensus can be implemented using these systems. Any data and results can then again be shown to the Sensus processes.

For example:
Through our health and safety policy, our company aims to bring the number of workplace accidents down from 10 to 5 within 2 years. With the Custom Trigger API we can offer an accident registration process with a form used to register accidents. The result can then again be displayed in Sensus. This gives you an overall picture of the policy standard and implementation.

What does Sensus process management do with Custom Trigger API?
Sensus offers a link for a variety of different parties, making it easy for you as a customer to use Sensus’ data in these systems and combine it with one of these systems that implements the processes.

More possibilities

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