No product compares to eCase in its prototyping speed and ease of use
(PRWEB) December 07, 2014
As part of the ‘Build it Yourself’ campaign, AINS invites all Gartner BPM Summit attendees to schedule appointments with the eCase design team to learn how to configure applications that automate their unique business processes.
“Because virtually every aspect of the eCase platform is built to be configurable, we can quickly show our customers how to develop applications without the use of custom code,” said Moe Goswami, President and CEO of AINS.
“eCase’s intuitive user interface empowers business analysts, not just developers, to easily model and automate their processes across the enterprise. No product compares to eCase in its prototyping speed and ease of use.”
eCase also provides pre-configured frameworks like Human Resources, Complaints, Investigations, Audit, Time and Attendance, Lead Management, and more. Each framework is built using configuration of the eCase Platform, not coding. This approach allows customers to more quickly adapt eCase solutions to process changes—reducing risk and increasing the total life of the system. The Gartner BPM Summit will be held December 10-12, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV.
AINS has provided innovative adaptive case management products and services since 1988. Their case management platform, eCase, has over 400 installations in federal government, state and local government, educational systems, health institutions, and commercial organizations. Unlike other BPM solutions that were retrofitted for case management, eCase was built for case management from the ground up, enabling faster prototyping and production of solutions across diverse business processes.
By leveraging the power of our eCase platform, AINS excels at analyzing client business requirements and quickly configuring (not coding) lightweight, scalable solutions that adapt to the needs of their customers. AINS is committed to more than just selling products- they are dedicated to helping their customers enhance productivity, cut costs and, most importantly, achieve better outcomes.