Flow metrics now launched

We are excited to announce the release of flow metrics. Flow metrics is a powerful new tool to help you visualize your flow activity and events. You will find the metrics icon under the tools section of the ManyWho Draw Tooling. In our first release available today, you’re able to report on states created, service requests and service…

Meetings

Navi, she gets it First a story: Once upon a time I was part of a daily stand up meeting (it wasn’t actually a stand up but we were standing up) that at its peak included about 20-25 people, mostly engineers and a few stakeholders. This meeting would start at 9am, which coincidentally was the…

Lock to a Specific UI Version

In some cases you may want to “freeze” the version of ManyWho css and javascript assets for the HTML5 player, which normally, is updated regularly for you. You can do this by creating a custom player with the following HTML: You will need to replace <!– Paste vendor assets here –> with the script tags…

New Platform Tooling Now Live!

new manywho tooling

We are very pleased to announce that our new platform tooling is now available. New Platform Tooling Highlights: It’s fast, really fast! Built using the latest and greatest technologies Easier to learn and use Draw and Build tooling have been combined into one interface. We now support having multiple Flow & Page Layout editors open simultaneously No…

Momentum

Even Valve struggle sometimes (sorry Gabe! Love Steam!)– by Matt Bates The easiest thing in software engineering is starting a project. You open your favourite IDE or text editor, stare into the blank canvas then throw yourself into the gaping maw of possibility yelling “this code will be the most beautiful code anyone has ever…

The Next Generation BPM Platform: Salesforce + ManyWho + Boomi

We’ve been working hard over here at ManyWho to deliver customers the most advanced BPM platform available. We do this by bringing together the best-of-breed cloud solutions on the market, working with Salesforce, Box, Twilio, Slackand of course Boomi. We have produced a few tutorial videos to help you get started using Boomi with ManyWho…

Time & Priorities. Software’s Greatest Enemies

Let’s start with a question: Which one of these is the most important? Fixing existing things Improving existing things Adding new things Researching new things that may or may not go in the bin Obviously the only answer can be: all of them, or none of them, or one of them, or some of them….

Case Closed Podcast: Using ManyWho to Automate Contact Center Processes

Thanks you Case Closed Podcast for a great interview. Really enjoyed it Jeff Grosse and Cheryl Feldman! Episode 003 gets at the heart of business processes; automation. Service processes need as much or more automation than any other part of the business so this time we talk about workflow that goes beyond the Workflow Rules,…

Super Mario Workflow

Super Mario Workflow?

by Matt Bates I love videogames, and I have done since the first time I managed to successfully stomp on a Goomba’s head in Super Mario Bros circa 1989 (which isn’t particularly early on in the history of videogames). Videogames have defined a lot of what I have done and choose to do with my…

Pega Can’t: Social, Mobile, Real-time, Open, Cloud

That’s a lot of buzzwords in one title, but then it’s a whole lot less than our customers heard from Pegasystems: Directly Captured Objectives (DCO) Dynamic Case Management (DCM) Adaptive Case Management (ACM) Case Lifecycle Management (CLM) Situational Layer Cake (SLC) And it continues (AIC) … Phew – head hurt yet? It’s no wonder customers are…