Savigent Workflow™ is a controlled electronic system designed specifically for the automation of workflow in the manufacturing environment. The benefits of automating workflow in Savigent Workflow™ are numerous — it’s easier than you think and provides a significant ROI. Contact us to schedule a demo or to learn more about how Savigent Workflow™ can help your organization.
Workflow Designer – Provides a visual environment for non-programmers to create workflows (electronic versions of workflow) from available events, actions and user actions. Validates workflow execution logic and assists users in creating valid plans. Allows users to simulate and debug workflows, simulate inputs and outputs, and record testing procedures. Provides users with the ability to deploy workflows into a controlled environment prior to activation on the Savigent Workflow™ Server.
Model Designer – Defines the interactions with external systems, equipment and users to be implemented by developers for use in workflows, allowing Savigent Workflow™ to be molded to each specific customer application. Provides a repository for the definitions of all actions, user actions, events and data types.
Savigent Workflow™ Engine – Allows authorized users to deploy, activate and deactivate workflows and events. Monitors events and loads waiting or activates new workflows in response to events. Tracks and triggers timeouts; handles and reports execution errors. Provides a SQL Server-based transactional engine for fault tolerance and persistence. Captures deployment and execution history of models, workflows, actions and events.
Action and Event Providers – Implemented on the Savigent Development Studio™. Provides developers with the ability to easily create and implement actions and events utilizing the rich feature set of Savigent Platform™ and full access to the Microsoft .NET Framework.
User Actions and Portal Interface (Microsoft SharePoint) – Provides developers with the ability to design and deploy user actions within the Microsoft SharePoint portal utilizing the SharePoint Designer. Allows users to interact with workflows through an intuitive web portal.
Manufacturing Intelligence Database – Automatically captures events, triggers workflow execution and related data for historical analysis to support continuous improvement efforts and provide decision support.
Portal Roles (Microsoft Active Directory) – Integrated support of user roles based on Microsoft Active Directory.