Less expensive than chaos
- Pay annually for two months free
- Implementation options: Starter (free), Accelerator or Managed
- Full Template library access to get started quicker
- Discounts for charity, education and startups
"The best product we have invested in so far, now everyone knows exactly when and what to do"
Process & Policies
One central searchable library
Drag & drop flowchart builder
Collaborate, create, publish & share
Embed documents, video, data & links
Permissions based folder structure
Deliver operational visibility
Personal to-do manager for everything
Execute as dynamic Task checklists
Improve with continuous feedback
Integrate & automate 3,000+ apps
Reduce cost of compliance
Visual reporting & data export
Policy acceptance & Audit Templates
Timestamp audit trail of all activity
Record process success & failure
Drag & drop flowcharts
Dependent due dates
Decisions & loops
Embed video, links & files
Template feedback loop
Personal to-do manager
Prioritize & Snooze
Notifications & reminders
Capture data & files
Export task data as CSV
Unlimited Guest Access
Comments & @mention
Create & share reports
RAG progress reports
Full timestamp audit trail
Mobile iOS & Android
Google & Microsoft SSO
Try free for 14 days
We provide expert guidance, for free, with every trial.
Choose in the form:
- Personal demo - select a time (normally same day)
- Trial - you'll be redirected to trial setup
- Templates - we'll send you some examples to see
We'll help you implement effectively
- Assigned, dedicated specialist
- 4x one hour video calls
- Advise, train, map, integrate
Recommended for less than 10 users
- Delivered to Proven Process
- 3x 4hr remote/onsite sessions
- Achieve more value, faster
£995, $1,350 or €1,200
Onsite UK only, cost excludes travel
- Defined scope of delivery
- Embedded senior consultants
- Compliance (ISO, CQC, FCA)
For larger clients or complex requirements
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a user?
A user in Process Bliss is an individual account with their own login details. Process Bliss subscriptions charge per user. Users can be anyone you wish to have access to your templates and tasks.
Usually users are those who work for your business, but you can also add freelancers or clients to your Process Bliss organisation. These people will be charged in the same way as someone who works for your company.
Will everything transfer from the trial to a paid subscription?
Yes, all of your templates and tasks that you create, and all of the users that you invite during the trial will be transferred to your paid subscription.
How can I pay?
You can choose to pay by credit card or by invoice – just let us know during your trial. We accept all major credit cards, and payment in USD ($), EUR (€) or GBP (£).
Are there any discounts available?
You get 2 months free if you pay annually, equivalent to 12 months for the price of ten (a 17% discount).
If need to flex to support a gradual implementation, require additional support with implementation or have more than 25 users, please get in touch to discuss your pricing model.
While we have a handbook, people wouldn’t read it and were making up ways of doing things instead of using the procedures we had created.”
President, Soukup Strategic Solutions
“Process Bliss gives me control back of my business by knowing that everything is being done correctly, every time.
We need to standardise our own processes, especially as we recruit new staff. Process Bliss is the best tool for that.”
Managing Director, HR Central
I could immediately see that Process Bliss would make all our lives easier, and help us to avoid any slip-ups that could affect the quality of service we give to our clients.”
Marketing Manager, Haslams Estate Agents
Being free to concentrate on the bits I really like doing, and the things I'm best at, will ultimately give a better result for the company.”
Managing Director, Urban Planters
Once you’ve created your process you can see, in a single view, where the process is being run and how far it has been completed. Great for checking where there are bottlenecks and potential improvements.”