Docs & flowcharts are very cumbersome on mobile
Tallyfy is mobile ready
Anyone can edit any part of a doc
Crystal clear accountability
Conversation is a mess on docs
Organized collaboration is baked in
Thousands of search results + many versions
Search results are only for the latest how-to’s
Little or no use of videos, screencasts or photos
Rich media for much better engagement
“Who owns and updates this process?”
Automate improvement tasks to the right owners
“When should we update this?”
Automate periodic reviews by owners
“I’m stuck reading this, and need help”
Create tasks for help as-you-read on Tallyfy
“I have an idea that will really improve this. What next?”
Crowdsource ideas for amazingly effective & continuous improvement
“Which processes are most viewed every week?”
Go from “I have no idea” to fully customizable & visual analytics
“What has changed in this workflow?”
Automate audit trails and change logs
“When this process changes, who needs to know?”
Automate acknowledgement tasks
Our team spent decades trying to improve processes - as Business Process Management (BPM) consultants, process improvement gurus and User Experience (UX) experts.
All companies have processes. They exist as static documents or flowcharts.
People are "supposed" to do things according to the process.
The reality is - those processes just gather dust in a corner.
Nobody updates them. Nobody finds them. Nobody looks at them.
Our first mission is to make one beautiful place where your processes are searchable, up-to-date and engaging.
A process is useless unless someone actually uses it.
People suffer the pain of spreadsheets, emails, forms and paper to do tasks and approvals.
Large companies use old BPM and RPA systems, which require armies of IT, millions of dollars and 6-month IT projects.
Nobody is going to buy you a beer anymore for purchasing Pega, Appian, Nintex, K2, SAP, Oracle, Bizagi, IBM, etc.
Instead, everyone will hate you. Especially business users.
Modern teams do NOT follow neat flowcharts with rectangles, diamonds, swim lanes, and lines that pretend everything is nicely connected up.
Our second mission is to put your process in a beautiful tool that anyone can use within 60 seconds. And to integrate Tallyfy into tools you already use like Gmail, Outlook, Slack, Teams, etc.
How can you improve a process when you can't measure anything?
Our third mission is to be the easiest way on Earth to collect data to improve your processes, so that you can make great decisions.
When a process changes - how will you help people do things "the new way"?
Unless you can roll out improvements easily - you won't see any benefits. Whatsoever.
Our fourth mission is to eliminate the cost of change and training through one-click rollouts of any change.
Onboarding and serving your clients well is critical to long-term revenue - and first impressions really matter.
Today - your clients have to email, visit or phone you to complete tasks, fill out forms and check what's going on.
Our fifth mission is to help you share workflows securely with your clients. When everything is self-driving and automated - imagine what that does for client trust and loyalty.
We've built the Mercedes Benz of repeatable processes. Our team has real-life experience of your business problems.
Billions of dollars per month are wasted globally - due to the problems above.
Those are your dollars. With Tallyfy - you can finally claim them back