EPSoft Intelligent Automation Platform:
A Cloud Solution
Simplifying Digital Transformation With Cloud Technology
Designed for integration with multiple technologies and for use by multiple users, EZFlow by EPSoft solves the business problems of today with a tech stack that is powerful enough to scale yet intuitive enough for even the casual business user.
Thanks to its open, cloud-based system, you can leverage all the power of a comprehensive tech
stack with simplified, real-time access and
Horizontal scaling is the backbone of digital transformation and it happens automatically with the EZFlow plaform, adding new operating power as needed. This allows business users to grow and build their own initiatives without having to scale IT as well.
Featuring drag-and-drop functionality, an intuitive interface and other easy-to-use tools, EZFlow works as a SaaS product, suitable for virtually any level of business user.
High Performing Elasticity
With a flexible model for scalability, you gain all
power you need at the time it’s needed, and you’re never paying for wasted capacity during non-peak
use, gaining you elasticity that further accelerates digital transformation.
What is digital transformation anyway? Digital transformation is the concept of using technology to improve or recreate specified business processes or initiatives. In most cases, this involves horizontal scaling.
Horizontal scaling incorporates new commodity servers, continually adding components to evenly distribute the workload of the computing power, thus scaling “out” as opposed to “up,” which would add more capacity to the existing infrastructure—but at more expense and with some limitations.
Tech Evolves, but Not
The technologies used for digital transformation—RPA, BPM and process mining—evolved from (and sometimes alongside) legacy systems. This means they feature some of the same hangups as their legacy predecessors. And they evolved independently from one another. This makes integrations complicated, and inhibits digital transformation.
Forced into unwieldy tech stacks, IT teams are constantly learning the ins and outs of new technologies while their business counterparts are simultaneously trying to achieve different goals using the technology—multiple teams learning as they go and none getting the full value. This adds pressure, creates friction, and limits what the technology can deliver.
Another Cost to
Implementing digital transformation stacks on-premise presents another challenge: peak usage. Month-end processing, for example, can require a temporary surge power. That means, while you only need the extra power a few days a month, you’ll still need to have the on-premise capacity to accommodate it, making it a relatively wasted investment outside of peak usage.