Inphinity EPPM Suite — Enterprise Process Performance Management
New “Flow” Extension available
Inphinity release Flow – Qlik Sense extension
Inphinity release Flow – Qlik Sense extension: Qlik Sense customers, and very soon Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS customers, will benefit from being able to access a new extension object from Inphinity that is designed to bring Enterprise Process Performance Management to Qlik, democratising process intelligence.
As the official UK Inphinity Focus Partner Differentia Consulting is very excited to be sharing this news across the UK
Inphinity’s Enterprise Process Performance Management (EPPM) Suite is aimed at revolutionising how you look at your organisation and its data supply chain from an enterprise analytics perspective. View your business, as your users do, as a collection of processes. With the devolution of ERP into SOA services it is more important now, than ever. to be able to see your enterprise’s data supply chain, using enterprise process-performance management solutions such as Inphinity EPPM Suite powered by Qlik. (100% Qlik Native)
Take your legacy dashboards to the next level and see them as process charts, process intelligence, that enables you to monitor, measure, and manage, by exception, your supply chain in a way never before possible with Qlik. With each part of the process associated by Qlik’s patented associative indexing capability.
Democratise your data by utilising Process Intelligence – enabled by Inphinity’s EPPM suite.
Fast-track enterprise and functional process performance management, that uniquely; democratises data, improves data literacy, and simplifies the visualisation of actionable insights. Enabling your organisation to be nimble and compete, powered by Qlik
Inphinity Flow – Start small aim high….
With Inphinity Flow and Qlik you can start small and aim high. Adopt one business process at a time until you have your whole enterprise processes mapped to build a complete picture of your organisation.
Great places to start with process intelligence might be; Service Management to monitor bottlenecks, or Work Force Management to monitor skills shortages. There are many options. But what is important is that you focus on outcomes and use Qlik functionality (the power of grey) to discover opportunity to improve your processes.