If you are new to Microsoft Flow, you may be wondering if it may be the answer to automating and optimizing business processes. Well, we’ve been experimenting with Microsoft Flow and using it to build custom workflows for several months now, and we thought a blog that will help other users get started with Flow was in order. So, before you build a “flow”, take our advice and read our tips and best practices for users and organizations that are building their first Microsoft “flow”.Read More
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
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Folsom, CA—June 19, 2019—Kiefer Consulting, Inc. announced it is a finalist in the 2019 Nintex Partner Awards.Read More
If you follow Kiefer Consulting and read our blogs on a regular basis, it’s pretty obvious that we are very excited about Microsoft Flow and Microsoft PowerApps being added to the Government Community Cloud (GCC).Read More
Kiefer was fortunate to see Microsoft Flow and PowerApps at the Microsoft hosted “Future of SharePoint” event in San Francisco, CA on May 4, 2016. During this event, Microsoft representatives talked about the importance of SharePoint power users learning to use Flow and Power Apps since they would be built-in with SharePoint. It was immediately after that event that Kiefer team members started to discuss how we could get on the Flow and Power Apps bandwagon. We are well established as a go-to partner when it comes to digital business process transformation, so it would be critical that we not only learned Flow and Power Apps, but we needed to become experts in the technology. We also know that Microsoft Flow in government has huge potential to improve legacy processes and common processes across numerous departments in the public-sector.Read More
We recently came across an excellent article in Forbes called, How to Establish a Culture of Employee Engagement.Read More
Many agencies have processes that are highly manual in nature. These processes are typically dependent upon the serial review and approval of critical documents. We have often encountered processes that require multiple staff members to review, approve, and route documents to numerous stakeholders across an organization.
Making public information available to constituents is a critical element of transparent governments, however, cumbersome processes can negatively impact an agency’s ability to respond to requests for information that the public is entitled to.Read More
As the Nintex xchange conference kicks off this week, we wanted to write a blog that highlights how Kiefer is working with clients to improve critical business workflows in state and local government (SLG).