All data will be stored in the local storage of the browser on your device.
Because your data are stored in the local storage of your browser, you must be aware when the HTML5 Web Storage will be deleted. For deleting the HTML5 Web Storage in the Internet Explorer select: Internet Options > Delete Browser History > "cookies and site data". In Google Chrome you find this setting under: Settings > History > Clear Browsing Data > "cookies and other website and plug-in data" and in Firefox under Options >Privacy > History > Offline Website Data. These options should always be deactivated. Please always backup your data by using the export function, if you want to activate this setting. Also make sure that the above mentioned option is not selected in combination with "delete data on exit".
Only data necessary for the respective function will be transmitted. To generate a print or a manual selected charts and cared details will be transmitted. While exporting, all charts and cared details will be transmitted. The transmission via the Internet is necessary for technical reasons and all data will be deleted after execution of the function. A permanent storage of the data does not take place.
Yes, in BIC Design Free WebEdition there is a simple XML export with which the data can be backed up (Internet connection required).
BIC Design Free Web Edition is a web application and runs on Internet Explorer Version 10/11 as well as on Google Chrome and Firefox 2.x. We recommend Internet Explorer 10 and 11.
The change between different browsers or using different browsers is possible. Each browser has a dedicated storage space. Via the export and import function in BIC Design Free WebEdition data can be transmitted to other browsers.
BIC Design Free WebEdition is based on HTML5 and php.
BIC Design Free Web Edition also runs on mobile devices, such as Tablets.
Yes, you can create professional WinWord manuals and Excel exports. (Requires an Internet connection)
Yes, links to other websites and online stored data (via URL) will be supported.
No, for modelling in BIC Design Free WebEdition an internet connection is not required. The special feature of BIC Design Free WebEdtion is that all data will be stored in the local browser storage and thus are available offline.
For the functions: printing, Excel report, process manual, exporting graphics and Export/ Import an Internet connection is required.
No, for this purpose you need the professional version of BIC Design.
Yes, this function is available by one click so that all information can be automatically transmitted.
BIC Platform is one of the leading BPM platforms. Because of its scalability, it is suitable for both small and large companies. Parallel modelling, simulations, extensive analyses, collaborative features, document integration and pre-configured workflow engines are just a few of the wide range of functions. As a platform the following modules are available:
Further information can be found at: https://www.gbtec.de
BIC Design Free Web Edition supports a simple and quick entry into the functional process management. Standardized notations are available and allow an easy entry into the modelling of technical or executable processes and initial analyses.
For the use of BIC Design Free WebEdition no training is necessary. The handling of BIC Design Free WebEdition is easy and intuitive. In addition useful information will be made available at www.bpm-software-tool.de, e.g. a quick introduction as well as learning videos. If you are interested in a general introduction of methods and best practice for process management take part in one of the regularly introducing workshops of GBTEC (e.g. introduction to BPMN 2.0 modelling, introduction to Business Process Management).