Workflow design is not just the visual depiction of the steps involved in a workflow from start to finish. A typical workflow design lays out each task sequentially and provides complete clarity into how data moves from one task to another.
What’s the right way to design workflows? Paper or whiteboards are good for the initial idea, but to actually run the workflow you are going to need something more robust.
Digital workflows came into the picture with the promise of eliminating all the shortcomings of manual workflows, and the efficiency of the process. Workflow automation is an orderly sequence of the internal and external processes of a business, the outcome of which is predictable in most cases. Workflow automation brings down the margin of human errors and discrepancies in the output.