Whether on premise or in the cloud, e5 utilizes leading SQL database platforms to enable its core process management, process data warehouse and process analytics capabilities. This allows our customers and partners to build enterprise-class process solutions that deliver high performance and scalability at the highest possible ROI and lowest total cost-of-ownership.
e5’s use of SQL database services enables a comprehensive set of business analysis tools that provide for easier interaction, presentation, and manipulation of e5 processing metrics. Business users can easily create and interact with multi-dimensional data views to quickly make process changes to re-prioritize and re-route tasks for maximum productivity and SLA compliance.
e5 leverages leading enterprise content management (ECM) platforms to enable a wide range of content-enabled workflow solutions including high throughput document processing, case handling and work management. This includes an optimized connector to Microsoft SharePoint, which allows customers who also use Windows Server to take advantage of these content services at no additional charge.
In addition to SharePoint, e5 provide connectors for other leading ECM platforms to allows these assets to be further leveraged to automate either departmental workflows or enterprise-wide solutions that can transform business-critical processes across the company.
e5 utilizes leading public and private cloud platforms to enable cloud-based and hosted solutions that maintain the same degree of high performance, scalability, availability and security as our on premise solutions. This allows our customers to quickly deploy only what they need while avoiding up-front infrastructure costs.
Unlike vendors who attempt to provide their own hosting center or cloud platform, e5 recognizes that only dedicated cloud vendors can make the necessary investments in cloud technology and infrastructure to support enterprise customers on a worldwide basis. This includes support for public, private and hybrid cloud configurations that allow companies to benefit by combining the strength of their on premise investments with the flexibility of the cloud.