@enterprise is a workflow management system fully based on internet technologies.@enterprise is a workflow management system fully based on internet technologies.

It supports the definition, design, execution and control of business processes.

Through the complete implementation in Java, @enterprise is largely platform-independent and capable of running on various hardware and corresponding operating systems. Database independence is achieved through the use of the JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) standard interface.

A web browser serves as the user interface. All interactions can be carried out through this standard interface, from process handling to administrative tasks such as user management or process definition, to the graphical analysis of process data.

  • The Work List

    The work list is the central functional element in the processing of work items. It symbolizes the desk or the inbox of a processor. Each user has their own work list. In it, all activities that need to be done.

  • Forms

    Forms are an essential element of the workflow system. All process-specific information is managed in such a form. For each process (and its activities), one or more forms can exist, containing the data of the specific business case.

  • Definition of Workflows

    Workflow specifications are descriptions of business processes that consist of a series of sub-steps, called activities, which are assigned to specific actors (roles, positions, functions, users). The workflow definition can be created both textually (WDL script) and using the graphical process editor. The following control structures are available: sequence, if then else, case, choice, while and until, loop, subprocesses, system steps (without user interaction), post-conditions, transition triggers, parallelism (Andjoin, Orjoin), also on different servers.

  • Reporting Component

    An essential aspect of workflow systems is the ongoing monitoring and analysis of the processes handled by the system. In @enterprise, a reporting component is integrated. This integration opens the possibility to perform complex statistics and evaluations on process instances with an easy-to-use search mask.
    Compiled search queries can be saved, loaded, executed, and edited. Furthermore, query results can be graphically displayed or exported to Excel. The reporting component is fully integrated into the permission concept, allowing control over who can perform specific evaluations.