Kinetic Task is already in use by large organizations all over the world to automate a variety of interesting processes making a real difference in their organizations. Below are a few examples of what can be done with Kinetic Task at the center of your automation initiative.
Overview: Employee Onboarding is often a complex business process involving multiple departments and systems, manual and automatable processes, many prerequisites, and synchronous and asynchronous processing.
Trigger Point: An HR employee or a manager enters a new employee into an Enterprise Request Management system (such as Kinetic Request)
Overview: Often existing systems require the requestor to have a nuanced understanding of the specific hardware, data center and/or specifications required to provision new hardware. With Kinetic Task, a more business-centric request targeting availability thresholds, application requirements, and usage can be submitted then translated into specific hardware, OS and IT specifications within the back-end process automation.
Trigger Point: This is likely keyed off an IT Request Management System (such as Kinetic Request ) or HR system such as Oracle Peoplesoft.
Overview: IT organizations have a vast array of alerts and other notifications with a broad range of actionable items that have to happen for each one of these. There are a variety of existing middleware tools to handle this at a high level. However, often organizations require something quick and simple without the need for a heavier tool.
Trigger Point: An alert is sent out by a monitoring tool when a threshold is met in that hardware or software system, often by email or a webhook.
Almost any process can be automated with Kinetic Task. Here are a few more examples: