Team zone Team Zone is where you can collaborate and work with your team members. You can start new projects, view/update existing projects, view all users who can be invited to participate on projects and quickly access recent projects.
My zone My Zone is where you can access things that pertain to you. This section organizes the tasks that require your attention and keeps a track of tasks that you have assigned other people to perform, regardless of whether a task pertains to a project or not. You can also store and access documents in your personal repository, instant messages communications, notes for parking thoughts, publish blogs and store pictures and images in albums of the gallery. The directories of the repository, notes, blogs and albums can be selectively shared with your colleagues.
Enterprise Zone Enterprise Zone is for things that have system wide impact. You can perform analytics using global metrics. System Admin is a console to view and update platform level settings that affect system parameters for the entire enterprise. Settings for integration parameters with other external systems are also set here.
Notifications Notifications are reminders to help you stay on top of things especially when you are juggling multiple priorities. If you have missed out on the notifications, you can always access them from the Notification History menu .
Comprehensive functionality and Consistent user experience on web,
tablets or mobile devices
Effective Collaboration Delivering Real Business Impact
Bringing Agility to Unstructured and Semi-Structured Processes
Business applications and IT projects go through the life cycle of Requirements, Analysis, Development, Testing,
UATs and the much awaited 'Cutover'. The countdown has begun. The team is on pins and needles. Management are equally anxious
that things will go smoothly and there will be no adverse impact to the business due to snafus. It is the realization
that this is the 'real deal'. Have all the "i's" been dotted and the "t's" been crossed? Will everything work fine?
Is there a backup plan, in case things go wrong?
This process can be made a lot smoother with a proper, structured approach, visibility of communication amongst all the
team members and management and some automation.
In any business environment there are processes that follow a set pattern or flow. These are structured processes that are done repeatedly
and are more transactional in nature. Most companies use ERPs or other packaged software to handle these. However, there are nearly an equal
number of processes that are loosely structured and are more ad-hoc in nature. These are the semi-structured and unstructured processes.
Wonder what they may be? How many times have things been emailed back and forth with attachments of Excel, Word, PowerPoint, PDF documents etc.?
There doesn't seem to be a way to 'structure' these unstructured and semi-structured processes. The information is scattered around in various silos, repositories and emails and necessitates a search for constructing the whole picture. As companies are grappling with their digital transformation strategy, it is becoming necessary to include customers and vendors as part of their business processes to better react to market needs.