Collaboration in the modern workplace is often complicated by barriers that can be overcome by applying the appropriate technology.Read More
Remember walking across the office to get an signature or stepping over to your colleagues desk to check on the status of a client deliverable? Well, remote work has forcibly changed how all of us work.
It may be time for your organization to take inventory of your processes, better understand challenges to getting work done and seek out solutions that help you automate, track, and manage business processes.Read More
Updated: July 22,2020: 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.Read More
Perhaps you read our previous blog that outlined some tips on how to build your first “flow” using Microsoft Power Automate. Or, maybe you read the blog we posted earlier in the week that talked about converting your SharePoint 2010 workflows to flows in Power Automate. The interest in Power Automate is increasing as organizations seek out ways to leverage Microsoft 365 to automate processes, streamline workflows and create a modern workplace that enables workers to stay productive from wherever they may be.Read More
On Monday 7/6/2020 Microsoft announced the end of support for SharePoint 2010 workflows and the deprecation of SharePoint 2013 workflows in SharePoint online effective August 1st – November 1st, 2020.Read More
SharePoint Online can help your team confront an uncertain future.
2020 will be remembered for many reasons. Certainly, it has already been a year indelibly marked by the impacts of pandemic. But 2020 will also be remembered as a year of ingenuity, resilience and courage. Above all, we will look back at 2020 as the year things changed. How we work, travel, shop, interact, entertain – everything we think, say and do will have changed in some capacity. Some changes will be significant while others will be subtle.Read More
Office 365 comes loaded with useful apps – here are five you may be overlooking.
For many users of Office 365, familiar applications like Outlook, Office and Excel are the extent to which the powerful suite of tools is leveraged. Sharp-eyed users may have spotted other applications with names like Yammer, WhiteBoard and Visio. It turns out that, depending on your Office 365 subscription, you may have access to a host of wildly useful apps that you may have never even opened.Read More
As an organization that has a long history of helping clients improve processes, we have learned a lot about why some clients succeed in business transformation, while others struggle with making the necessary changes to improve critical processes. Generally speaking, its the clients that invest in a culture that values improvement that are most successful in process improvement initiatives.Read More
If you are new to Microsoft Power Automate, you may be wondering if it may be the answer to automating and optimizing business processes. Well, we’ve been experimenting with Microsoft Power Automate and using it to build custom workflows for several months now, and we thought a blog that will help other users get started with Microsoft Power Automate 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