Process Thinking changes how you see work

Project Management


PROJECT AND TASK MANAGEMENT

You re-invent the wheel – every time.

Great for grocery lists. Terrible for operations.

  • You treat everything like it’s never been done before. Everyone knows it’s been done a million times before.
  • When you need to collect information – it comes in random formats. You can’t control how it arrives.
  • You mark everything done – no matter what. The simple idea of “not applicable” doesn’t exist.
  • When there’s a mistake or idea – you say “Let’s do it better next time”. It gets totally forgotten after that.
  • Nobody knows what’s coming next. Nothing is ever done consistently. Your job is putting out fires.



TALLYFY

You do it perfectly – every time.

Beat your competitors with robust features.

  • You make a blueprint for repeatable work. You use the blueprint to spin up a process in about 3 seconds.
  • You add form fields inside tasks like text boxes and dropdowns. Info arrives structured and clean.
  • You entirely eliminate steps with easy automation rules like “don’t even show this task if that dropdown is X”.
  • When you want to improve your process (a mistake, an idea) – edit your blueprint. It’s captured.
  • You see the status of every process on a super-helpful, color-coded dashboard. Everyone enjoys bliss.


Email and Chat


EMAIL AND CHAT

60 replies. 70 unread. Real Time Stress.

Chat is like email overload. But it’s in real-time.

  • The same questions get asked – all the time. The answers are the same. Every. Single. Time.
  • You ask for information. You (might) get back a random jumble of stuff. This repeats hundreds of times.
  • Everything is a message. What’s important? What’s an approval request? What’s just “FYI”? Dunno!
  • How do you go from chatting to tracking a process as a team? Lots of talking – but not much doing.
  • People suggest awesome things like “Next time – let’s do it this way”. It’s totally forgotten next time.
  • Your job is putting out fires. Everything is a Hollywood drama. Nothing is predictable. It’s real-time chaos.



TALLYFY

Track all your processes – in one place

See it on a visual tracker. Be calm.

  • You make a blueprint for repeatable work. You use the blueprint to spin up a process in about 3 seconds.
  • You add form fields inside tasks like text boxes and dropdowns. Info arrives structured and clean.
  • You have specific chats about specific things with specific requests to do a specific thing.
  • You create tasks off chat – great. Even better – launch entire processes to automate who does what.
  • When you want to improve your process (a mistake, an idea) – edit your blueprint. It’s captured.
  • You see the status of every process on a super-helpful, color-coded dashboard. Everyone enjoys bliss.


   Heads Up!

We’re currently building plugins and integrations for various email and chat platforms. Get all the power and benefits of Tallyfy – integrated into your existing email and chat. Schedule a call with us to learn more.

BPM

Tallyfy is the only process tool that anyone can understand in 60 seconds. Legacy BPM systems can take 6 months to deploy – if they work at all.

In the last 10 years – amazing changes happened to business software. “Old BPM” software is tired and broken. It never worked for business users. Here’s why.

  • Users are now deciding to buy software themselves. Old BPM was bought by your IT department, who didn’t generally care about user experience – as long as it was made by a large/boring company.
  • Cloud tools are now free to try by anyone, anytime. With Old BPM you had to call sales and wait for 50 questions just to look at it and finally decide it sucks.
  • People want to share workflows with clients. With Old BPM you were stuck with trying to automate internal processes only. Your clients would be very scared and run a mile from it.
  • People expect to integrate cloud tools without IT. With Old BPM you had get engineers to write code to make a simple integration. That’s now become a drag-and-drop service.
  • People expect to work on phones. This means giant, clunky flowcharts in Old BPM are dead – because they don’t fit on your phone’s screen – and only define “the perfect process”.
  • People are tired of flowcharts. Old BPM was all about the high priest telling you how a process can/will be done, and you would obey. Now – modern workers and teams are paid to collaborate.
  • People expect all the benefits of the cloud. Old BPM was never cloud-born and was never designed for the cloud. And that creates a massive bunch of missed opportunities.
  • Companies of all sizes need process management – and never had it. Since Old BPM was so expensive and complicated, only large companies could afford it. The rest of us were left out.
  • People are excited about AI – but confused about where to begin. With Old BPM you have zero chance of using AI without an army of engineers. With cloud-born systems like Tallyfy – it’s childs’ play to use any AI you like to run amazing automations for photos, voice, video and more.

See how to map BPMN to Tallyfy

Here’s the life you don’t want if you’re an operations or IT leader!




I’m ready for process thinking

How does it work?

What are the benefits?

Build systems. Scale your operations.

Tallyfy is the world’s first and best-designed process tool designed to bring the power of repeatable processes to anyone. You don’t need coding skills or fancy qualifications. Tallyfy helps you scale your business and even sell it – by systemizing how it runs.

Comparing the value of processes


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