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BPMonline 7.0: Engaging Interface Keeps You Focused
BPMonline 7.0: Engaging Interface Keeps You Focused

 
June 18, 2013 10:59AM
BPMonline 7.0 - Engaging Interface that Keeps You Focused on Work
 

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London, UK, 18 June 2013 -- BPMonline, a leading global provider of customer relationship management (CRM) and business process management (BPM) solutions, today has released a revolutionary next-generation platform BPMonline 7.0.

This new release of the platform comes at a time when the so-called 'Consumerization of IT' is having the biggest impact on the perception of business software, and aims at changing it radically. No more need for traditional cumbersome and repulsive enterprise solutions. Applications built on BPMonline 7.0 platform give users the possibility to concentrate only on key modules and functions, which, together with increased speed of displaying information, allow to reduce the amount of time spent on routine operations, and improve employee productivity.

Engaging interface. You'll love the way it keeps you focused on work!

Not only the new UI brings the speed of operations to the new level, but it changes completely a paradigm of work with business software. This became possible due to the following innovations:

Context-Sensitive Interface

Information is intelligently put into the context of your current task. E.g. when you work on an opportunity, BPMonline solution will show you relevant products for a cross-sell, loan options and special offers for these products. At the same time, all irrelevant data is kept hidden.
What is more, you can set business logic to define what data you want to be displayed for a specific kind of task.

Human-Centered Design

BPMonline 7.0 has been designed with the user in mind that is why the interface is as simple as your favorite social network. The elegant minimalistic design is free from redundant information and keeps you focused on what is relevant. The solution is so intuitive and visually appealing that working with the application is just as easy as browsing through a photo album.

Multiple Devices. Single Look

Bring your own device and have the same working experience that you have on a laptop. With BPMonline you can share the same user experience no matter where you use the application: on the phone, tablet or laptop. Once you've learned to work with BPMonline on one device, you will easily use it on each of them.

Command Line

Smart command line simplifies your navigation and data search. You can do all your work right from the command line. Just start typing to let the command line offer you the list of most appropriate actions or jump to the required page.

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