RapidStartPROJECT – Process Flows

RapidStartPROJECT includes the following Process Flows:

  • Project Flow
  • Project Task Flow

Process Flows are completely optional. They are not required to utilize RapidStartPROJECT. However, Process Flows are a great way to create checklists of things that should be done on a particular record, at a certain point in time, in order to advance the record forward. It is also a great way to instill your own “Best Practices” procedures within your Company, or replicate a successful Process. While Process Flows may have different Stages and Steps from one another, they all work the same way. Here we will look at a simple Process Flow for Project as an example.

Project Process Flow

A Process Flow, for applicable records, sits near the top of the record as shown in the red box below.

  1. Each Process Flow has an indicator of how many total days the record has been Active.
  2. Process Flows are made up up Stages and Steps, the Target Symbol indicates which stage the record is in.
  3. Most Process Flows have multiple, logical Stages

Process Steps

Process Stages contain Steps, including information requested to be addressed before advancing to the next Stage.

  1. The Target Symbol indicates the currently active Stage, in the case above it is in the “Project Setup” Stage.
  2. The Timer indicates that this record has been in the this Stage for 77 days.
  3. Within the Stage are Steps to address at that Stage.
  4. Once the Steps have been addressed, the user can move the Process Flow to the Next Stage, and so on until completed.