CuteDraw - Business Flowcharting Tool

Use a variety of drawing tools, smart connectors and shape libraries to create flowcharts of complex processes, procedures and information exchange. Define and document basic work and data flows, financial, production and quality management processes to increase efficiency of you business. Create flowcharts, Process Flow Models, data flow diagrams, Basic Flowcharts, Data Flowcharts, IDEF0 Flowcharts and SDL Diagrams and a lot more with a perfect business flowchart tool CuteDraw 2.0.

CuteDraw is a perfect flowcharting software. It can be used to:

  • make a flowchart
  • design a flowchart
  • flowchart construction etc.

CuteDraw allows you to easier create a flowchart by providing the following possibilities for a flowchart:

  • a variety of drawing tools, smart connectors and drag-and-drop shape libraries to create flow charts of complex processes, procedures and information exchange
  • libraries and templates for audit flowcharts, data flow diagrams, cause & effect diagrams, IDEF0 Flowcharts and SDL Diagrams, cross-functional flowcharts and more

Flowchart Examples

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What's a Flowchart?

Flowcharts are maps or graphical representations of a process. Steps in a process are shown with symbolic shapes, and the flow of the process is indicated with arrows connecting the symbols. Computer programmers popularized flowcharts in the 1960's, using them to map the logic of programs. In quality improvement work, flowcharts are particularly useful for displaying how a process currently functions or could ideally function. Flowcharts can help you see whether the steps of a process are logical, uncover problems or miscommunications, define the boundaries of a process, and develop a common base of knowledge about a process. Flowcharting a process often brings to light redundancies, delays, dead ends, and indirect paths that would otherwise remain unnoticed or ignored. But flowcharts don't work if they aren't accurate, if team members are afraid to describe what actually happens, or if the team is too far removed from the actual workings of the process.

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Standard Flowchart Symbols

Flowcharts use special shapes to represent different types of actions or steps in a process. Lines and arrows show the sequence of the steps, and the relationships among them.

How to Draw Flowchart

The easiest way to draw a new flowchart is by starting with a CuteDraw templates.

Simply choose New from the File menu, then select from the vast array of flowchart examples available at your fingertips under the Samples Pane.

Templates and examples listed under this category have all the special settings for grid snaps, line- and shape-linking, wizards, and other crucial attributes that make it easy to draw a flowchart.

You can start with an example that closely resembles your project or you can start with a blank page by choosing New Document.

To choose a template, double-click on it.

Note: If you don't see a flowchart library docked in your work area, click on the Symbols tab in the left panel to browse your CuteDraw Explorer for the appropriate symbols. You'll also find additional flowcharting symbols with professionally-designed styles and more.

Some helpful templates are Arrow Shapes, Backgrounds, Basic Drawing Shapes, Basic Flowchart Shapes, Data Flow Diagram Shapes, IDEF0 Diagram Shapes, SDL Diagram Shapes, Work Flow Diagram Shapes, and Audit Flow Diagram Shapes.

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