Automating key steps in your business processes can help you drive outcomes while also freeing up resources. But your processes run across multiple systems, and those systems need to talk to each other in order to make automations work. That’s where Celonis Process Automation comes in.
How does Celonis Process Automation work?
Process Automation ensures you can reach your desired process outcome even when you need to take action in multiple systems. With pre-built integrations to all major enterprise applications, Celonis can trigger specific actions in real time in any source system: SAP, Outlook, Gmail, Salesforce, and more.
The easy-to-use, drag-and-drop workflow builder allows business analyst to quickly create workflows, so that you can accelerate processes by connecting applications - without waiting for IT developers to write custom code.
Customized business logic and personalized integrations ensure that you can automatically take specific actions in downstream applications, based on process conditions and as if you were acting as a specific user.
Process Automation empowers your teams to focus on what matters, keeps systems up-to-date, and automatically accelerates operational flow.
Easily connect to source systems with secure, point-and-click connections with full support for RESTful or SOAP integrations.
Build secure, enterprise-grade workflows rapidly, with application-specific form-based integrations and pre-configured actions.
Deploy workflows that use conditional logic, based on contextual information specific to the individual case ID. Take action in downstream systems as a specific user, to ensure proper tracking and auditing of updates to systems.
Set up Action Engine triggers to watch for conditions in real time and have Process Automation take an immediate action in a downstream system. Keep data in underlying systems up-to-date and proactively eliminate downstream friction points.
“With Celonis, we’re able to link different processes in an interconnected way. Now, we can look at our contracts and sales processes together, so we can rethink, review, and redefine KPIs.”