NetSuite has unveiled a beta of its SuiteFlow workflow management software, promising to ease first time users into cloud computing business suites.
SuiteFlow has been built from the ground up to make software-as-a-service and cloud business management tools as simple to use as possible, according to the company.
The application's visual point-and-click environment should simplify complex business processes, the firm said, and create an easier workspace for customisable business applications.
Users can also tailor enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management and e-commerce software to simplify processes by building automated workflows.
NetSuite claimed that SuiteFlow will help developers and independent software vendors get to market faster with vertical applications built on the vendor's SuiteCloud platform.
"NetSuite has always focused on delivering power, insight and ease-of-use to every business user, not just IT staff," said Evan Goldberg, chairman and chief technology officer at NetSuite.
"Comprehensive process management was the last frontier in breaking down those walls. SuiteFlow represents the ultimate intersection of people, process and technology, and a quantum leap in empowerment for business users."
SuiteFlow will be available free to all NetSuite users in the next few months.
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