Today, we unveil a brand-new HCL Domino Volt Showroom! In case you need a refresher, Domino Volt is a low-code capability that makes it easy to develop powerful, secure, and enterprise-grade workflow-based applications. While it runs on Domino, you don’t need any specialized Domino or IT skills. It means that anyone at your organization can now spin up low-code solutions, lightning fast.
Introducing the HCL Domino Volt Showroom
The Domino Dozen
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With the exciting launch and release of Domino v12, we keep finding ourselves thinking in terms of the number twelve, and we are having fun creating things by the dozen. There are a dozen apps we want to feature covering a variety of use cases that can be used across many industries. HCL Software Services compiled this list of featured apps based on the use cases most often requested by customers. We hope that these apps will inspire you to build your next app, and provide a framework to help you get started.
All you need to do is download the .volt files into your sandbox or Domino Volt environment. Set up guides are available with instructions.
A Dozen Dazzling Apps
1. Candidate Recruitment
This app covers the overall process of a job application for both candidates and the hiring organization. It includes a user dashboard for candidates to submit their applications, a human resource dashboard to screen and select candidates, and an interviewer dashboard to log details of the interview. This app includes multiple workflows to handle handoffs between interviewers and move candidates through the internal processes.
2. Vacation Request System
This one makes it easy to manage employee leave requests. It provides the ability to deploy a workflow-based system for leave management, including multiple approval levels. This app uses JQPlot for dynamic charting of leave balances and generates and sends an iCal invite to the employee when a request is approved to block his or her calendar.
3. Asset Tracking
This solution allows companies to manage inventory tracing of any asset that might be allocated to employees or customers. It includes a two-stage process that allows employees to request and get assets approved for distribution from an assigned approver or manager.
4. Expense Tracking and Reimbursement
This is a great way for organizations to process a simple expense claim. Users can create different types of expense submissions by categories and a workflow for approval and tracking is included. This app can be easily integrated with financial systems with REST.
5. Employee Onboarding
Use this app to track a status of the onboarding process for new employees, including requests for access to various systems, as well as help manage the tools and hardware devices required to perform the role.
6. Order Entry and Procurement
Keep track of the order management process with this app, from when a customer places an order to when the order fulfilled. It includes customer records such as purchase history, payment method, and quantity of orders. A workflow is then triggered from the sales departments to the warehouse to fulfil the order and complete shipment.
7. Basic CRM /Sales Tracker
This app can be used as a simple customer relationship management tool to track customer opportunities and contacts. it provides dashboards to view the status of opportunities and contact details for each customer, with the ability to generate PDF reports.
8. Visitor Registration
Automate the process for visitors receiving authorized access before entering the building. This app ensures that all visitors are approved and helps organizations keep track of visitors — something extremely useful when you don't have a person sitting at a reception desk. Registered employees can access a visitor registration form to create a new meeting request and book meeting rooms. Visitors are then issued a simple QR code. Security personnel can have access to all upcoming meetings and allow entry to visitors with a unique code.
9. FAQ Management
This app is designed to help manage and answer frequently asked questions (FAQs). This was created originally for a local government to handle FAQs from its citizens. This use case can be used in any organization to encourage feedback from employees or customers. Users are able to create a login to submit questions. Administrators can sort questions by categories and publish responses.
10. Case Management
This app allows for easy case management and tracking. It enables a user to register case details, update a status, and search records by case number. It also displays case statistics in a graphical representation.
11. Event Management
This app allows users to submit event proposals which are then sent through a reviewer workflow to be approved or rejected. Approved events are published and allows user signups. When registering for an event, users are also provided with an iCal file to easily add the event to their calendars.
12. Online Booking (Healthcare)
This app is designed to manage healthcare resources and availability, but Domino Volt users may use this as a framework for creating any online booking system. The app enables a user to register for an account, which they can then use to select a facility, resource, and type of service before booking an appointment.
New to Domino Volt?
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