2014-02-27 12:17:48 - DAD (Dynamically Activated Divisions) Technology, recognized by the analyst firm Gartner Inc. as an innovative functionality, is used to create user-friendly Dynamic Forms.
AURA (www.auraportal.com), a global provider of AuraPortal.(*) Business Process Management (BPM) software, has announced that the latest developments in DAD Technology that have been incorporated exclusively in AuraPortal BPM clearly differentiate it from other BPMs, creating a fluency in its use unheard of until now.
(*).AuraPortal has been distinguished with great advantage over its competitors by Ovum in its Decision Matrix report and by other renowned analyst firms.
In short, the idea of DAD Technology is that anyone performing a task within a process will find that, on opening it, the information will appear in a timely fashion depending on the direction the task itself takes and the circumstances or options that are progressively chosen. This functionality enables maximum effectiveness and
an extraordinary saving in execution time.
Manel Orovio, Technical Director at AuraPortal, comments:
“A common problem for those who work with BPM Suites is the fact that the forms often contain hundreds of fields to cover all of the possible scenarios that may occur throughout the task execution, although, depending on various circumstances, the performer of the task may only need to see or act on a few of them. If the user has to look at hundreds of fields that they are not going to use it can make their work cumbersome, and can also lead to multiple execution errors.
With DAD Technology, as the performer executes the task, the system makes the elements appear in the form automatically as and when needed. This greatly simplifies work.
The person responsible for designing the Task form should make it as user friendly as possible, so that on opening it, the user will find a form that contains all the data and documents necessary for them to carry out their work without having to leave the Task. Thus maximum effectiveness is achieved.”