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What is case management

What is case management?

Case management is a collaborative process that enables organizations to streamline the process of assessing, planning, and simplifying cases to meet their business needs. It involves several unstructured processes, where important data is collected from different systems and analyzed to help decide on appropriate actions.

The most common use cases include incident management, ad-hoc team projects, and handling employee applications, claims and complaints.

Understanding the four types of case work

Case management falls into several common process types—decision-making, service requests, incident management, and investigations.

Process to decision

  • Structures plans and processes to handle case work
  • Measures compliance of case handling
  • Ensures cases adapt to regulation and rule changes
  • Examples include organizational governance, compliance tracking, and product management

Incident management

    • Maintains and demonstrates a chain of information custody
    • Identifies potential incidents and issues
    • Resolves disputes, and measures outcomes
    • Examples include complaint management, quality management, and disaster management

Service requests

    • Manages customer and employee claims
    • Structures onboarding process routes
    • Provides instant access to bug statuses
    • Examples include customer service, claims processing, IT service management, HR management, and onboarding and procurement

Investigations

    • Identifies the cause of problems and issues
    • Analyzes and provides evidence to help derive solutions
    • Recommends changes of rules, if required
    • Examples include money laundering and fraud investigation, underwriting, claims management, and legal case management

Case management meets low-code

Every company needs a case management solution that's built to support complex unstructured processes. These processes usually include various compliance requirements that validate multiple data sources, users, and policies. A combination of automated workflows and flexible human thinking are important to manage cases, and that's where low-code meets case management solutions.

Low-code platforms allow businesses to develop applications quickly, and adapt their solutions to meet the various needs of organizations. These platforms employ visual modules and prebuilt code templates that increase the speed of development and shorten the time to market. This makes it easier to break down cases into simple processes, which enables organizations to work more efficiently and effectively towards their business goals.

In addition to faster application development, use of a low-code case management solution brings along several other benefits like:
  • Integration with existing systems
  • Coordinated communication
  • Simplified development and deployment
  • Improved process management
  • Efficient time tracking and billing
  • Effective customer service

Build on Zoho Creator

In a rapidly changing world, businesses are constantly looking to integrate innovative and process-oriented case management software that can fulfil their goals. This creates a critical need for applications that are easy to extend and adapt to new information.

Zoho Creator is a low-code platform designed for the development and deployment of case management applications that improve business processes. It's a powerful and flexible platform that enables users to deliver process-specific applications to market faster, and at a lower cost and lower risk, because of its uncompromising security capabilities. It facilitates integration with ERP systems, existing databases, APIs, and other technologies.

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