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Exformatics collaborates with the IT University of Copenhagen to digitise workflows

Exformatics collaborates with ITU in research in adaptive case managementHigher efficiency and increased knowledge sharing is the result of new cooperation.

Exformatics and a group of scientists from the IT University of Copenhagen have been awarded funding for research on how workflows can be digitised and used across organisations.

Exformatics and ITU have received funds from the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation to conduct research within knowledge sharing and process management.

The aim of the project is to develop the Exformatics ECM solution to manage cases and workflows across organisations.

The gain for the private and public sectors will be the ability to share proven processes in the ECM solution, thereby increasing work quality, employee resources and casework time.

”This is a valuable help for Exformatics. As we see it it is a win-win situation. The results of the research are relevant for the ITU's theoretical research on process management and for future Exformatics customers," says Morten Marquard, CTO at Exformatics.

"The results of the research provide Exformatics with the very latest knowledge on how to describe the processes. This gives Exformatics the opportunity to further improve its software, and ITU the opportunity to take theoretical research from theory to practice and use the feedback for future research," says Thomas. T. Hildebrandt, 
associate professor at the ITU.

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