- The latest version introduces support for IoT devices.
- The firm aims to augment human workflows and take business process automation to the next level.
- Flowfinity 21.2 supplements people-driven processes by connecting physical assets to digital workflows 24/7 for monitoring, analysis, and control.
Flowfinity Wireless Inc., one of the leading providers of no-code platform that helps businesses build robust applications, has introduced Flowfinity 21.2 to take business automation to the next level. The latest release, Flowfinity has introduced support for Internet of Things (IoT) devices. With this, it aims to augment human workflows and take business process automation to the next level.
The new version will allow organizations to deploy IoT devices at the edge of their physical infrastructure, connecting assets directly to Flowfinity servers and software robots. With Flowfinity 21.2, businesses can supplement people-driven processes 24*7 by connecting physical assets directly to their digital workflows for asset monitoring, analysis and control. This also includes authorizing controllers to take actions driven by Flowfinity workflows configured and overseen by human operators.
With Flowfinity 21.2, users will be able to collect secure data from a range of sensors and inputs without human assistance, thus capturing the power of machine data to drive automated workflows and making entries on dashboards for real-time monitoring and analysis.
Flowfinity has become a platform of choice for forward-looking organisations who need accurate data, 24/7 asset monitoring and streamlined process management.
Lastly, the latest updated version of Flowfinity 21.2 can send SMS notifications to other mobile handsets as part of the workflows using either Twilio or Plivo gateways and various UI (User Interface) and security enhancements.
Larry Wilson, VP Sales and Marketing at Flowfinity, said, “This is a big step for the Flowfinity platform as we enter a new era where we can augment the traditional people, processes, and technology framework with IoT capability to automate data collection and asset monitoring.”
He added: “We started 20 years ago by enabling people-driven data collection on mobile devices. Then we evolved to enabling automation and mobilization of B2E workflows. Now we are enabling those workflows to encompass IoT devices that allow the deployment of edge computing solutions to extract even greater value from business process automation.”