Gravity Flow is a form-based workflow platform for WordPress based on Gravity Forms which allows users to implement complex workflow processes quickly and easily using simple drag and drop configuration.
What’s a business process?
Here are some examples of processes that are currently being run on Gravity Flow.
- Drip email campaigns and courses
- Contract review, feedback, modification and approval
- Employee vacation requests
- Purchase order approvals
- University admissions application processing
- Research experiment proposal feedback loop and approval
- Product order form approval
- Multi-level job application process
- ITIL-based Change Management Process
- Security change requests
- Student registration process
Read some testimonials from some of the customers who are using Gravity Flow.
Who is it for?
Gravity Flow is for organisations and departments of any size that need to get a form-based workflow process up and running online quickly with no technical knowledge. These processes often already exist either offline or online but are inefficiently implemented.
How does it work?
An end-user submits a web form that generates a document. The document is then passed around between users and systems on an established path until the process is complete. Each user or system in the workflow will add something to the process before allowing the document to proceed to the next step.
For example, an employee may add additional information and a manager another might add their approval. Connected systems might send an email, add the user to a mailing list, create a user account or send data to an ERP system.
What are WordPress, Gravity Forms & Gravity Flow?
WordPress is the world’s leading Content Management System and it currently powers over 36% of all the websites on the internet. It’s easy to use and easy to customize. Consequently, it’s also being used for internal applications.
Gravity Forms has established itself as the world’s most popular commercial Form Management plugin for WordPress with around 2 million active installations.
Gravity Flow extends Gravity Forms by adding workflow features.
The mission of WordPress is to democratise publishing one website at a time. The mission of Gravity Flow is to democratise Business Process Management one organisation at a time.
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Who Is Behind Gravity Flow?
Gravity Flow was acquired by Rocketgenius in September 2022.
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