Creating process automation can be very complex and may include a large number of activities. Therefore, Hyland offers two different methods on how the automation project can be structured. The actions performed inside the workflow can either be structured in a flowchart or inside a sequence. It is also possible to combine sequences and flowcharts within the same automation project.
Sequences are typically used for building simple step-by-step sub-processes which do not require multiple paths/decisions.
Flowcharts are highly versatile and can be used for simple processes without any branches. In addition, they can also be used to model complex process structures with multiple branches, such as nested decisions, for example.