Selensoft Completed Document Records Management Project with ProcessMaker BPM for Istanbul Kultur University
Selensoft created a Document Records Management project for Istanbul Kultur University (İKÜ) with ProcessMaker BPM. The project has two main workflows that is Incoming Documents and Outgoing Documents. Users can record the information about these documents, they can forward the document within department or cross departments. They can create new document from exiting documents, attach physical documents scanned image and other attachments. It is possible to inform, get comments or just redirect documents to other users or departments.
For the first phase of the project , two main department of the University which are most busy with documentation started using the system. In mid term, it is aimed for all departments of the university to use the system. This way, the physical movement of the documents and the recoding of the documents meta info will be done electronically.
Starting with the project the use of physical legal notebooks for document records are ended.
The project is developed on ProcessMaker BPM system. So the university gained a Business Process Management system.
Software Systems Department Manager Ender Ekici commented about the project:"Selensoft delivered the project in a very tight time schedule. We are proud to have our Document system on a BPM. We plan a lot more of our processes to move to this system in mid term".
Fatih Gunes, the founder of Selensoft commented about the project: "We are very happy to successfully deliver our second project with ProcessMaker about Document workflow. The first one was for an engineering group of companies Tekno Group. With this project we developed our business info and document management capabilities with the product. We learned that all communication in Universities are gone through detailed documentation. There are lots of benefits for using ProcessMaker in Universities."