We often hear from customers that are interested in using SharePoint to automate workflows. Not only can it be done, it can be done several ways. This blog will help you better understand how to automate workflows using SharePoint and the tools that you might consider.Read More
If you follow the Kiefer blog, you might have noticed that we spend a lot of time writing about the benefits of automation and the value of streamlining business workflows. Our team has experience with a wide range of tools to help organizations save time and effort and bring consistency and efficiency to tasks that are performed on a regular basis. This blog covers a few of the tools you might consider when you are looking to build SharePoint workflows.
Let’s start here… Imagine a large array of gears. Each gear is representative of a process that is critical to your business. If one of those gears moves a little slower than the others, your entire system may be affected. So what is a business/business unit to do if there are processes that are negatively impacting the business? What is one to do if one of the gears in the array is moving slowly? How can a leader of a business unit identify the most inefficient processes and improve business operations?
At the time Microsoft began their marketing momentum for SharePoint 2013, it also announced the end of InfoPath was on the horizon. Since then, organizations who have invested funding into the use of InfoPath’s form tools have been searching for tools to both replace and enhance InfoPath functionality. In the third-party market, there are robust forms tools available for purchase that address the need for organizations of all sizes to review in order to understand whether they meet the needs of their organizational goals for providing forms tools with business process automation.Read More