Newgen OmniFlow Initial Setup

Chief Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Our initial setup was complex because we are guaranteed to have approximately two thousand concurrent users. We began first with a couple of servers, then after a couple of years, as we saw that the usage was going up, we grew both horizontally and vertically. We have a pretty big team here, with fifteen huge processes. I would say that from a development perspective, building one complex process will take a couple of developers, and an additional person is required to exclusively handle the support. There are many factors to it. In our organization, we need 24/7 support because we have trade finances that work in the middle of the night. We require additional support to accommodate people working in shifts. If change requests come in then one developer may be able to handle three processes. In the case of a new requirement, there is normally one developer who works with the team leader that is monitoring the entire setup. View full review »
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