In our days business process automation solutions are supported in a very complex architecture of supporting applications being the most characteristic BPMS and RPA.
Although software vendors highlight that the platforms follows the low-code paradigm and that to create a new business process automation solution is easy and quick, the reality is still that to develop, implement and especially maintain a process class conveniently updated is an exponentially growing heavy job.
This is mainly because each process class requires, on average, the deployment of around 100 hard-coded or hard configured support applications.
Obviously, when the number of process classes deployed in an organization arrives at the 100s level of magnitude, the amount of support applications that have to be developed, deployed and maintained rises till the 10,000s level and that begins to be unsupportable, the so-called “explosive complexity” phenomena appear.
Consequently, the deployment of new process classes slowdowns significantly or it is just simply stopped when IT managers realize the “monster” that is being created that are becoming bigger and more complex to maintain that all the legacy accumulated during decades.
Paradoxically, each process class that is implemented brings new substantial profits and benefits to the organization but the practice shows that today’s technology is not ready for what we can call the “massive BPM deployment” although those responsible for the operations of the user organization would be really willing to progress on the BPM implementation path due to the high and sustained advantages obtained with each new automation step done.
When a technological blockage appears, disruption must be created to be able to progress by overcoming the barriers.
Fortunately, proceedit appears in the market as a new actor providing a disruptive new BPM-RPA technology fulfilling a new paradigm, the so-called “zero-code” approach.
With dyPAS (dynamic Process Application Server) by proceedit, all process classes of all organizations can be created, served and maintained with a single meta-application that is capable to build in real time, consume when required and destroy after used the support applications that a process class requires.
In other words, the complexity is reduced to the minimum expression “1 tool for all” like the Swiss army knives.
Don’t be the last one to test this new challenging technology. Do it today, your first process will be free forever (till certain consumes).