• Hornbill Heads-up Display

    The Heads-up Display is used within a request to visualize the progress of the allocated workflow.

    The Heads-up Display shows the main stages that make up the lifecycle of that request. Under each stage, checkpoints are listed as being completed or still awaiting to be progressed. This visualization provides an at-a-glance summary of where the request is in its process.

    Stages and checkpoints are easily defined within the graphical workflow tool in Hornbill Administration. This gives you the control to set the Heads-up Display with information that best supports your process.


    Latest Posts

    • Hornbill iBridge for Linode

      2017-09-22 18:47:33
      Feature Friday

      Hornbill's iBridge is a great way to integrate with Linode, a cloud based solution for creating and managing virtual Linux servers...

    • Exactly Why do ITSM Vendors Lead with ITIL?

      2017-09-17 00:41:41
      Blog Posts

      The problem with niche markets like the ITSM space is there are different parties with different agendas and for the most part they are in direct conflict with each other...

    • Using WebHooks for Integration

      2017-09-16 18:23:16
      Feature Friday

      Web Hooks are a great way to integrate Hornbill with other applications. Web Hooks can send information to a HTTP Endpoint as soon as a record is created or updated, rather than relying on scheduled imports or the continually polling for data...