You can use Workflow to automate your business processes. You can create an application that follows a predefined workflow.
Your workflow applications can:
Take actions based on predefined criteria.
Monitor hardware and software.
Coordinate interactions with other applications.
Coordinate human interactions.
Leverage data from the Symantec CMDB and use features of the Symantec Management Platform.
Use the Process Manager (web portal) for human interactions.
Use the Process Manager (web portal) to manage the various parts of workflow processes.
Table: What you can do with Workflow
Make data actionable
Most applications create data records. You can take actions based on these records.
You can use Workflow to run scripts, procedures, Internet services, or tasks.
Extend an existing application
You can leverage existing application functionality to enhance the application.
Integrate user groups and applications
You can integrate user groups and applications to create a complete business solution.
You can integrate control and accountability into your IT security and business processes.
Access templates and component packs
You can download workflow templates and workflow component packs from the Workflow Solution Center.
See About the Workflow Solution Center.
See About Symantec Workflow.
See Core architectural components of Workflow.
See How Workflow works.
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