We have a number of clients using Webcon BPS. Some of the solutions we have delivered are:-
An automated paperless process for a company that provides exhibition stands across the world and had a need to streamline the booking and management process whilst dealing with multi languages.
We have a Dominos pizza franchise owning business who have 100 stores across the UK, who needed a mobile application for on-boarding new employees and recording utilities meter readings, expenses and booking employee holiday.
We have also delivered 2 document management solutions for driving document control and utilising electronic signatures instead of printing and collecting wet signatures.
Webcon is easy to set up and use. It's very quick and simple from a user perspective to begin creating functional and diverse workflow, forms and business processes without writing a single line of code.
From a consulting perspective, it's great to be able to provide a single holistic platform that will integrate into my clients existing SharePoint implementation, and be able to deliver on full requirements including integrating into other line of business applications.
There is very little that I don't like about Webcon, which is why after doing extensive reviews and market research of the other competitor platforms in the market place I decided to partner with Webcon over the others.
I might have commented here a year ago that the dashboard landing page for processes was a little bland and basic, but now with the release of version 2019, that is certainly no longer the case. The interface is now extremely interactive and customisable for each individual user. There is artificial intelligence built in, and hosting Webcon processes within other online applications such as web sites is part of the new version capabilities.
We have been using SharePoint for some time, but we felt that the extensive features of a SharePoint-based BPM were a necessary improvement indeed. We decided to use WEBCON BPS because it complied with all our technological and business requirements. What is especially important for us, end users are happy with the system, and the adoption rate is high.
Integration with SharePoint. All our employees are used to SharePoint so it was much easier for us to teach them how to work with the new system.
It’s soooo freaking easy to learn. It took me a few hours to build a workflow myself.
InstantChange. This is how they started to call it recently, but it was there from the beginning and I loved it. I forgot to add a path to the workflow. Went to the Studio, added it, saved and refreshed the web page. And it was there. No need to start a new workflow or anything else. It just was there. And the same goes for form fields, actions, logics etc., etc., etc…
Add-ins. There are so many possible use cases for them. Checking the tasks in Outlook. That was the most interesting to me. Before, it was a nightmare searching through the SharePoint list where all the tasks were.
Flexibility. We didn’t have to implement a workflow from start to end in one shot. It was an ongoing process. You were able to test part of it and then go on. Add another part, test this new part and so on. And you could always go back to the first part and modify it without crashing the other already working parts.
And finally the mobile app. Especially useful for C-level managers approving the costs of the new development requests. Because how we were doing that previously it was really a nightmare.
The software isn’t that well known as its key competitors (e.g. Nintex and K2), so it might require a bit more efforts and time to convince less technically focused decision-makers to give it a try.
We are happy to have WEBCON on board and everyone loves to work with WEBCON BPS and the applications build on this.
This is not just a software, you can build simple and complex processes with this BPM-Plattform. If you start with WEBCON BPS, it is like home. No complicated GUI, the WEBCON BPS Designer gives mainly all settings, where you expect them. Setup and basic configuration is fine as well…
The End users are just happy with the new way of delivering process applications. Fast, flexible, easy to use, modern layout, multi Plattform capabilities...just great. And IT/ powerUser are happy as well, because they can deliver and have happy customers
currently there is nothing to dislike. If i have to say something here: No PowerShell-Support to controll Workflows or to create them.
And: Weekend is to long to go back working with WEBCON
Speed up standard processes in the company. Help with focusing on non standard topics.
Removing "important” and „vital” big and small databases and spreadsheets made in office application which were managed by single users and make the entire company dependent on them.
Clear, detailed and easy accessable track changes on each process, record or document.
Easyness with designing new and edit existing processes.
Speed - realy fast delivery of new process - from mockup to working product.
Simple tool for instalation and veryfication between DEV-TEST-PROD enviroments.
Availability on mobile application and devices immediate just after implementation of new process.
The ability to manage the tool not only by IT-users, but also by trained business or process owners in individual processes
UI in previous versions, which in latest 2019 version was successfully improved.
We never saw a BPM solution which enabled us faster and more efficient to implement business process applications without any programming. Especially the integrated approach of bulding process and forms in one task is very powerful. Also the InstantChange (TM) technology, which allows us to directly change any process with active instances without any data loss or inconsistencies, is a unique feature of WEBCON BPS. We also evaluated Nintex, K2 and other vendors, but were absolutely convinced by WEBCON BPS.
The time to market for implementing new business processes is very short. Due to InstantChange (TM) Technology you can change any active process on the fly without data loss or inconsistency.
Processes which were implemented on the SharePoint-integrated installation of WEBCON BPS cannot be exported to the SharePoint-free edition and vice versa.
Fastest delivery of the value to the internal customers and users. Standarized and easy to migrate processes (between versions of SharePoint)
1. Great time-to-business: process are delivered really fast (e.g. project lasts 3 weeks for medium/medium-large size process)
2. Low entry threshold to develop processes in this tool (the training is 1 - 2 days)
3. Unified and out-of-the box standardized (customizable as well) generated User Interface. That helps users to use the new processes with no/or really training and with simple one A4 page quick manual (or even without it)
1. Configuration of user interface is sometimes not so flexible. However it can be developed from the scratch (fully flexible then)
It's an excellent tool for quick implementation that does not require advanced programming knowledge.
Webcon BPS is very easy to set up and use.The implementation of new business processes is very fast. The installation and the first implementation of the invoice flow in my company took WebCon consultants 2 weeks.
Users of WebCon in the cloud required previous WebCon BPS 2019 versions of SPLA on Share Point for each user. But this has already been solved in the WebCon BPS 2019 version.
One place to manage permissions, one backup, one support for multiple applications, a unified environment for each developed application.
The product is being developed all the time, never met a problem that could not be solved, either alone or with technical support.
Changing Fast, Easy to master the tools of basic actions processes, Reproducibility of technical pages, a variety of uses
Easy to use, quickly devolpement and really stable platform!
Sometimes a bit too expensive for smaler customers