Real-World Examples

Browse real-world examples of Zenaton workflows. Workflows are sequences of steps triggered by external events (APIs, data, etc)
or internal events (user behaviour, etc).

Location Booking & Deposit Process

A workflow that manages the booking confirmation and deposit process for a marketplace where users can book event spaces at restaurants.

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Shipping Workflow

The Shipping Workflow is triggered when the payment confirmation has been received. At this stage, several external events can be received.

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Scrape & Analyze Restaurant Reviews

This simple ETL Workflow scrapes all of the Tripadvisor reviews for a specific restaurant for the current month and then runs a sentiment analysis on each review to determine the positive or negative aspects.

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Product Return

This Workflow optimizes a customer product return process by automating internal processes and interfacing with external services: Chronopost, Sengrid, Zendesk and TrustPilot API.

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Automated Onboarding for New Employees

This Workflow allows a company to automate their employee onboarding process by scheduling meetings, creating accounts for software tools, and sending documents to read. The employees also receive personalize onboarding content via an onboarding form.

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E-commerce Check Out Workflow

A series of workflows illustrating multiple processes of a basic e-commerce website including a check-out, abandoned cart and shipping workflow. Some workflows will trigger other workflows when events happen.

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Document Validation

This Workflow illustrates how to implement a document validation process using a third party API/service to verify a user's identity based on the documents that they upload.

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Calculate and send real-time alerts

This example shows a workflow for a delivery or car service with real-time data calculations on duration and estimated time of arrival (ETA). It warns the user with an SMS one hour before the delivery and again if the ETA has changed more than 20 minutes. The goal is to provide a better customer experience in case of late delivery.

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