A workflow can be declared as work of a person or group, an organisation of staff, or one or more simple or complex mechanisms. It consists of an orchestrated and repeatable pattern of business activities enabled by the systematic organisation of resources into processes that provide services, transform materials, or process information. 

Each workflow component may be described by three parameters: input, transformation, and output.

In a nutshell, a workflow helps people get work done and can be illustrated as series of steps, operations, activities, or tasks that need to be completed sequentially or in parallel to achieve a business outcome. 

Workflows can be used for countless reasons. For example, manage business processes that require organisations to track a high volume of issues or items — customer support issues, sales leads, or project tasks.

Workflows can be incredibly challenging to create, that’s why Hoozin provides tailor-made workflows based on your requirements to help automate and streamline repeatable business tasks. This in turn dramatically improves your business by minimising errors, increasing overall efficiency, saving valuable time, and reducing overall costs involved. Managers can make quicker, smarter decisions and employees are empowered to collaborate in a more productive and agile way.