Flowchart Example: Withdraw Cash


This generic ATM flowchart example shows what a cash withdrawal process might look like. Using a flowchart to layout out the steps involved in withdrawing cash helps you recognize the steps involved, the decision points and when would the communication with the bank take place.

To edit this flowchart template, simply click on Use this Template, then adjust the flowchart to your liking. Alternatively, click Create Blank to draw your flowchart from scratch.

What is Flowchart?

A flowchart is a pictorial representation of an algorithm, process or workflow. In a flowchart, steps and decision points are represented by simple shapes like rectangle, oval, etc. The purpose of flowcharts is to communicate process improvement ideas and help troubleshooting problems. Because the shapes are simple and visual, flowcharts can be understood by anyone without difficulty.

Usage of Flowchart?

Flowchart is one of the most widely-used diagram in our day-to-day life and here is just a few examples listed as follows:

  • Project Planning - Flowcharts are especially useful in mapping out a new project. Sequences in a project having an order of steps and accompanying decisions are best visually shown by a flowchart.
  • Process Documentation - Having a reference in doing a process makes it easier to replicate results and have the same preferred results every time. This is also important in developing improvements in the process
  • Workflow Management - Integration of a process would be easier as setting standard procedures for processes achieves a consistent and quality desired result.

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