For any company or organization seeking to improve their business, making use of process control software can be a great tool for your employees. This system makes use of ticket tracking technology to enable the application to have a powerful variety of features.
In its most basic form, process control software is a step by step walk through on making a project happen. CME’s application, for example, makes use of a four step process. These steps include the Initiation phase, the Approval phase, the Implementation phase and the Confirmation phase. This is the very core of the application. Supporting this process are many other support features that include spell checking, customizable interfaces, adjustable work flows, excel spreadsheet integration as well as an automated e-mail notification system.
In order to be able to use a process control software application, there are several requirements that must be met. First, you need to have the proper hardware in order to be able to use the system. For your employees, they will need a computer that has Internet access and a full featured browser. This is the first tier of this system. The second thing you will need is a pair of servers to run the application on. This pair of servers represents the second and third tiers of the program. The pair of servers both need to be running either Microsoft Windows NT, 2000 or 2003, Red Hat Linux 7.x, 8.0 or 9.0 or Solaris UNIX 2.x, 7.0, 8.0 or 9.0. As these three different platform types are very popular, finding a set of servers to serve your purposes shouldn’t be difficult. Of course, you will want to purchase a pair of servers that will be quick enough to handle the load your company will put on it, so this should be a consideration you keep in mind at all times.
The last consideration you should keep in mind when you are investigating process control software is the licensing fees. CME’s application, for example, comes with four different licensing types that you may choose from. Each of these are designed to cater to small, medium and large businesses, and the last one is there to enable companies who do not have servers of their own to still be able to benefit from the software. If you are interested in learning more about these licensing types, or if you would like to schedule a demonstration to see the application in action