Low Code SaaS Workflows

Gain speed and agility with a customizable workflow engine. Learn how IAM customizable workflows for automation and events, can drastically decrease your IT workload.

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IDHub Workflow Overview

Identity Solutions must provide consistent security accuracy, while being agile and flexible to change when your business changes.

IDHub workflows are node-based, and use a combination of State Nodes, which request triggering actions throughout the workflow lifecycle.

Users can configure IDHub to perform simple, or sophisticated actions, while moving from one state to another, using the various Operation Nodes in the workflow designer tool.

IDHub provides a diverse range of pre-defined nodes with API capabilities, and the option to create/import custom-made nodes.

IDHub Workflow Elements

State Nodes

A State Node stops the workflow, and either terminates the workflow or awaits the next action to start.

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Action Nodes

Action Nodes define any desired manual or automated, process or action, which needs to happen between two different states.

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Operation Nodes

Operation Nodes are actions performed by IDHub, automatically following an Action Node, or a modifying Condition Node.

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Condition Nodes

Condition Nodes process Action Nodes with multiple possible outcomes, leading to separate branches within the workflow. Condition Nodes use preexisting or custom javascript, to identify the proper result from the previous Action Node logic.

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Identified errors will be labeled, to assist in debugging the configuration, ensuring proper logic and consistent operation within the workflow.

Error Node

Workflow Communication

Custom Emails

IDHub comes with many out-of-the-box emails. However, customized emails sent to a set of individuals depending on approval, rejection, or any other action, can be accomplished by configuring a custom email to the workflow.

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Custom Email Templates

Email templates can be created and stored separately from workflows, and used at any point within IDHub.

While creating a workflow, you can instruct the system to send notifications using an Operation Node, choosing a specific email template, and providing the target to receive the email.

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Designating Target Recipients

IDHub includes a “Send Notification” Operation Node, which requests the appropriate template, and the individuals or groups that will receive the notification.

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Workflow Forms

Applications frequently require proprietary or unique information as part of the application onboarding process like:

  • RSA Tokens
  • Device Type: Android or iOS Device
  • Date Requests
  • Unique IDs
  • Personal Information
  • Clearance Levels
  • Social Media Usernames

Custom Forms are created and stored separately from workflows, and can be added to the request, as part of the approval process.

While configuring a Task Node, you can require that the approver fills out the form before completing any action.


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IDHub Workflow Extras


Workflow Basics

Learn Workflow Basics, see our most common workflow scenarios, and brush up on your workflow skills for your own business workflows.


Workflow Templates

Download our most common Workflow Templates, including editable versions in Visio, SVG, and PDF formats. Completely free to you.


Workflow Review

This free PDF guide reviews how IDHub Workflows handle some of the most common approval scenarios, and how easy it is to customize any process.

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