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PROCESIO – a collaborative environment for automating business processes

14 May 2021

In 2021, Ringhel aims to achieve a turnover of two million euros, an accelerated increase from 2020 (800,000 euros). The company’s new platform, PROCESIO, is expected to contribute with recurring sales of more than 500,000 euros. After a new round of funding completed – 675,000 euros attracted by Seedblink, the team around founder Mihai Dârzan can talk with new arguments about revenues of tens of millions of euros through PROCESIO.

“PROCESIO is a platform and a technology at the same time”, says Marian Voicu, CEO of PROCESIO. “PROCESIO is a collaborative environment in which the business analyst can automate business processes using components that already exist in the platform or are pre-built by technical people. PROCESIO can orchestrate and automate business processes, based on its ability to interconnect any other system through APIs. From this year, PROCESIO can be used as a back-end for any software. Basically, you no longer have to manage the complexity of a micro-service-based, scalable and distributed system – you use PROCESIO and with it, you can build visual interfaces in any technology.”

PROCESIO arose as a result of the company’s need to adapt its own systems to legislative and operational changes, Mihai Dârzan, founder and CEO Ringhel explains. “Our traditional method of working was to code each application for our customers, a lengthy process that did not always provide the flexibility needed for rapid changes in the market. We’ve noticed that we can be 10 times more efficient when we build applications without coding each item from scratch. Then we wanted to offer this capability directly to our customers, that is, they no longer have to wait for us to come up with certain software, but to be able to build their own applications that they need.”

The two say PROCESIO is suitable for any sector of activity, from HR and accounting to customer relations, inventory management, marketing and sales – almost all sectors that, from the perspective of the energy industry, we label “related”. To the energy sector, there are at least three particular form of use where PROCESIO can be useful: switching the electricity and natural gas supplier, the transfer of information between the parties involved in the electricity and natural gas distribution activity, and the transmission of mandatory reports to the regulator.

An extended interview with Mr. Mihai Dârzan and Mr. Marian Voicu will be published in the next edition of Energynomics Magazine to be launched on June 8th.

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