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IntelliFlow is a client / server system that can scale from a single server to multi-location, multi-server systems. This full featured business process system for managing documents and forms while improving the flow of information allows you to automate work processes without disturbing your existing software application environment.

IntelliFlow can grow to support your business operations and those of your business trading partners too!

IntelliFlow 3.5 is designed to operate on Microsoft Windows NT / 2000 servers and Windows-based clients 95, 98, NT or 2000 workstations. A version of IntelliFlow for the Unix / Linux environment is only available for ‘bundle’ deals with hardware systems integrators or those value-added resellers which distribute Linux with servers and requires a minimum yearly purchase commitment.

IntelliFlow conforms with industry standards such as TCP/IP, HTML e-Forms, and ODBC for database access. System requirements for IntelliFlow are:


  • MS-Windows NT or Windows 2000 Advanced Server
  • 128 MB of memory (minimum); 256K preferred
  • 200 MB of disk space (minimum) for system use;
  • MS-Exchange 5.x
  • MS SQL Server 7.0
  • MS-Windows 95, 98 NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 Workstation
  • Internet Explorer 4.01 or later
  • 32 MB of memory (minimum); 64 MB or more recommended
  • MS ODBC support (available as part of the MS Data Access installation during the IntelliFlow client installation)
  • 50 MB of disk space
  • TCP / IP network connection
  • 1 floppy disk drive
  • CD-ROM drive for installation purposes
IntelliFlow also supports Microsoft BackOffice Small Business Server which is based on Windows NT server technology. Small Business Server 4.5 has 'everything' IntelliFlow needs to support 50 or less computers.

The IntelliFlow server is used by a systems administrator to perform the initial system installation and for systems maintenance. The systems administrator is not required to be at the server location in order to perform tasks.

The IntelliFlow client is used by an end user to start, perform and manage workflow processes and to manage documents. A workflow manager is an end user assigned to design the workflow and monitor a workflow process. The workflow manager receives all of the trace messages associated with the processing and routing of the work folders.

A Super User is an end user that has special privileges, such as:

  • Add, edit, move or delete shared workflow templates
  • Add, edit, move or delete shared form templates
  • Define shared form template properties
  • Add, move, or delete share files
  • Define shared e-mail distribution lists
  • Initialize the Document Management Subsystem
  • Create document libraries