Design the workflows of the future

Xealand helps teams automate their work using a shared, visual processes called workflow design.

What is workflow design?

Workflow design has four stages:

  1. Mapping how tasks get done using your current processes and systems
  2. Identifying opportunities to automate tasks
  3. Prototyping new workflows
  4. Testing the impact of new workflows

Download the Workflow Design Toolkit

An illustration of the workflow design toolkit You can use version 1 of the Workflow Design Toolkit to map your current workflow in terms of the tasks performed by humans and/or software. This is the first step towards identifying opportunities to automate your systems and processes.

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