Visualize simple processes
Flowcharts consist of a manageable set of objects – which makes flowcharts easy to understand and use. Flowcharts are used for lightweight processes, but at the same time, they are also the entry point for more complex diagram languages such as UML or BPMN 2.0.
Business Process Model and Notation
BPMN 2.0 provides a graphical notation to specify business processes. Based on the flowcharting technique, it offers standardized objects like events, activities, gateways, connections, and swimlanes, making it a common language for all stakeholders of business processes worldwide.
Upgrade your business reports and concepts
Every business thrives on visualizing concepts and ideas. There are many standardized forms of visualization such as SWOT diagrams, sales funnels, or the Boston Consulting Matrix. Of course, you can also cast individual content into diagrams.
Build a hierarchical map of your ideas
The philosophy of a mindmap is to take a main idea or concept as the central component and show all the relationships emanating from it hierarchically and organized in a branch structure. The mindmap is one of the most prominent representatives of Tree diagrams.
Charts are the diagram jack-of-all-trades
The everyday use of charts is to visualize data, as in a pie or line chart. But they can also organize quality information. The most known example here is the org chart that is used in nearly every company. Charts are as versatile as your business.