Digital Transformation Starts With Viewing Solutions Differently

About Process Fusion

Process Fusion (PFI) is a managed services and cloud application provider of Secure Information Exchange (SIX) and Business Process Automation (BPA) solutions.

 

Our solutions bridge the gap between the physical and digital world, by converting multi-channel inputs into actionable data, which can then be integrated into any system and further output into physical or digital forms.

Our Vision

At Process Fusion we are passionate about business outcome. Our goal is to help organizations automate critical business processes, increase process velocity, exchange information securely, and eliminate the inefficiencies and errors associated with manual and labor-intensive processes.

 

Our technology provides solutions to a wide variety of industries and a wide range of customers around the world. We recognize how important it is for organizations to secure and simplify their business processes, not just for the sake of compliance or efficiency, but to retain their clients trust and ensure they are fully satisfied and taken care of.

Our Core Values

Who we are, is just as important as what we do. The main way we reinforce the missionary culture of our company is by hiring people who identify with, believe in, and are dedicated to advancing our mission.
 
Our team cares a great deal about providing the right solutions that meet your needs and helps you achieve your goals. We measure our success against yours. That’s what motivates us to go the extra mile for our clients. No matter your problem, no matter your business, we are here to help.
 

  1. Start with trust and have open communication
  2. Be responsible, accountable, passionate and involved
  3. Have work life balance and fun
  4. Encourage and support each other
  5. Be curious and learn continuously
  6. Innovative growth – being a better you is possible

“Activity does not equal to productivity.” People today are so caught up with using traditional processes that they forget to ask themselves, “is there a simpler way to do this?”