According to a McKinsey survey, the use of automation has increased by roughly 10% compared to two years ago. Participants who reported high levels of success often attributed it to the fact that their companies made automation a strategic priority.
Earlier this week, Onit announced the availability of its Solutions Catalog. The catalog shares more than 5,500 Apps and 130 solutions, all built by Onit customers, partners and employees on the Apptitude platform. The Apps reach beyond the legal department to automate critical business processes, extending into HR, IT, accounting, sales, procurement and more. As a result, legal operations innovators have increased transparency, saved time and ensured compliance with governmental regulations and internal guidelines.
The progress made over a decade is astounding, as hundreds of thousands of users worldwide rely on Apps and solutions built on Onit Apptitude to streamline processes.
However, we wanted to make it easier to create Apps.
Introducing Onit Process Builder
The latest version of Onit Apptitude, released in August, bridges the gap between technical and business uses and simplifies the creation of new workflows. Process Builder, the new interface for Apptitude, provides a visually-oriented, drag-and-drop-friendly workflow-building interface. The new configuration tool empowers Onit Apptitude developers (our Onit Nation) to build workflows much faster. Process Builder was designed from the ground up with ease of use as its primary goal. As a result, it benefits both experienced Apptitude Developers and those who are brand new to building.
Join Us for Process Builder Training
We want to invite you to attend our upcoming webinar to learn more about Process Builder.
This session is geared towards creators who have previously built Onit workflows outside of Process Builder. Its focus is to help transition experienced Apptitude Developers into using Process Builder as their primary configuration interface.
However, everyone is welcome – whether you’re an aspiring Apptitude developer or someone curious to see how Process Builder works.
The 90-minute webinar will cover:
- The main benefits and advantages of building workflows in Process Builder compared to the previous configuration interface
- A crash course in Process Builder’s interface and terminology
- The opportunity to see a workflow built from scratch and in real-time
- A list of Process Builder tips or tricks
Pick the date and time that works best for you and reserve your virtual seat.
We will see you there!