Great! You have successfully designed and tested your process with an RPA Bot which automates reading of the sales order data from excel. By using bots, you not only made your sales order processing faster but also reduced errors from manual entries and spared more time for resources to work on critical tasks.
Now it is time to get introduced to yet another capability which will help you to control the process flow in a no-code approach where the process needs to be branched out into different steps based on certain criteria. In this lesson, you will learn how to add a process condition without writing a single line of code.
How process conditions control the flow
Process conditions route the business process based on certain criteria. These conditions apply an If or Else rule and the business process responds according to the rules defined in the condition settings of the process. If expression has the definition of the condition, the Else expression holds the instruction about what to do if the condition is not met.
So, without writing a single line of code, you can automate your process to take different conditional routes. In this unit, you will learn how to use process conditions in a business process to get rid of unnecessary approvals by routing the process for auto-approval or for a one-step-approval flow based on the sales order criteria. For example, sales order less than a certain value, say 100,000, does not need approval and all other sales orders will undergo one-level approval.