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Dynatrace chooses frevvo for approvals

Dynatrace gives their 7500+ customers the application insights they need to achieve digital success.

As the company was growing across the globe, the need to digitize routine approval workflows became increasingly apparent so that employees could stop wasting time chasing down signatures and dealing with the inevitable delays. 178 more words


Humanetics chooses frevvo to automate everyday approval workflows

Humanetics produces a wide variety of innovative products including regulated and non-regulated crash test dummies, ranging in size from new-born infants to large adult human surrogates. 200 more words

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InfoPath replacement / SharePoint alternative

Microsoft’s InfoPath essentially lets you create rich forms that work with SharePoint. What’s the future of InfoPath? Should we continue to use it? How does it work with SharePoint? 276 more words


[Infographic] Business Agility through automated approvals

Business Agility!

It’s the leading driver for Cloud Computing according to any number of surveys and articles such as this one from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services… 231 more words

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[Customer Success Story] High Hopes frees up personnel to focus on participants

High Hopes, established in 1974, is a non profit, therapeutic horseback riding center. They serve individuals with disabilities through equine assisted activities, offer educational opportunities for professionals and rely on their volunteer corps for many administrative duties. 120 more words

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[Video] Electronic signatures in frevvo

Signatures are an integral part of approvals. For example, frevvo’s own Client Services Order workflow starts with someone here filling out order details. It’s then digitally signed so that the data cannot be modified. 107 more words

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It's Your Right To Reject, With Reason.

We have many features and benefits in our product. We always like to use customer examples to show you how it works. This time we are using ourselves as the example. 321 more words