How WEBCON BPS Addresses Agile organizations

Staying competitive requires adaptability. Too many process tools ignore that organizations and the people that work for them aren’t static and stable. Companies merge, acquire, and divest. Managers have subordinates and superiors. Organizations have multiple divisions, “Chinese walls”, and other requirements. Employees take time off, and leave the company at some point. WEBCON knows all of this, and made sure WEBCON BPS can accommodate all of the above.

This webinar is all about adapting to change, be it changes in organizations, changes in employees, changes in schedules, and more. We’ll talk about what it means to have an agile organization, especially when it comes to application management. We’ll elaborate on why agility is so difficult, and why too many solutions that attempt to provide agility only serve to compound the problem. We’ll follow up with a method we’ve seen work over and over again, and conclude with how WEBCON BPS fits that method well.

 

During the webinar you’ll get tactical tips with a bit of strategic insight regarding:

  • Forces working against agility
  • Mistakes often made along the way to agility
  • The way forward
  • How WEBCON BPS can help

 

Watch the webinar and discover in real-time the magic of automating processes with WEBCON BPS.

If you have any questions regarding the webinar, contact us.

 

About the Speaker 

Mike Fitzmaurice – WEBCON Chief Evangelist & VP North America, has over 25 years of experience in consulting, engineering, marketing, evangelism, and IT management. Having spoken at countless international conferences, hosted numerous expert sessions and webinars, he is one of the most recognizable and prolific members of the SharePoint community worldwide, specializing in process automation and low-code development. His 11 years at Microsoft included helping launch the first four releases of SharePoint and positioning it as a development platform.

 

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How WEBCON BPS Addresses Agile organizations

Staying competitive requires adaptability. Too many process tools ignore that organizations and the people that work for them aren’t static and stable. Companies merge, acquire, and divest. Managers have subordinates and superiors. Organizations have multiple divisions, “Chinese walls”, and other requirements. Employees take time off, and leave the company at some point. WEBCON knows all of this, and made sure WEBCON BPS can accommodate all of the above.

This webinar is all about adapting to change, be it changes in organizations, changes in employees, changes in schedules, and more. We’ll talk about what it means to have an agile organization, especially when it comes to application management. We’ll elaborate on why agility is so difficult, and why too many solutions that attempt to provide agility only serve to compound the problem. We’ll follow up with a method we’ve seen work over and over again, and conclude with how WEBCON BPS fits that method well.

 

During the webinar you’ll get tactical tips with a bit of strategic insight regarding:

  • Forces working against agility
  • Mistakes often made along the way to agility
  • The way forward
  • How WEBCON BPS can help

 

Watch the webinar and discover in real-time the magic of automating processes with WEBCON BPS.

If you have any questions regarding the webinar, contact us.

 

About the Speaker

Mike Fitzmaurice – WEBCON Chief Evangelist & VP North America, has over 25 years of experience in consulting, engineering, marketing, evangelism, and IT management. Having spoken at countless international conferences, hosted numerous expert sessions and webinars, he is one of the most recognizable and prolific members of the SharePoint community worldwide, specializing in process automation and low-code development. His 11 years at Microsoft included helping launch the first four releases of SharePoint and positioning it as a development platform.

 

Ready for some longer reading and mixing technical depth with high-level business value?

Check out our latest articles on how The WEBCON Way differs:

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