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Production queues are much
like assembly lines. They are
historically, and still are,
one of the more flexible types
This is how they work.
A set of queues is set up in advance. The production process starts with an "order" in one of the queues. The process ends with the "order" being placed in a designated "closed" or "voided" queue.
When a user with access to a queue finishes their task, they push it to the next queue. This process continues until all the production steps have been completed.
Advanced systems differentiate between assigned (owned) and unassigned (open) tasks within a queue. Other features may include text and email notifications, reporting on the time to complete each task, queue and user specific transfer options.
Queues are used in light manufacturing (like furniture production), HR onboarding, multi-stage QC processes, shipping, logistics, and more.
If you have a paper production process you want to put on-line, give us a call. We look forward to helping you.