Join the webinar and learn what is the difference between automating activity and managing business processes, which tools work best for each of them, how to supercharge citizen development, and make low-code really work.
It’s a shame when a lot of work is done to automate a bad process. It’s easy to get drawn into the individual steps and work through how to eliminate the need to do them manually.
But what if those aren’t the right tasks in the first place? What if some of them can be skipped? What if some need to be repeated? What if – some of the time – they have to be done very differently? How will we know whether they’re accomplishing business goals?
When you’re thinking of:
that’s business process thinking, and there are categories of software that help with that in a big way. It’s not and either/or thing; automations that cover how to execute tasks matter, too.
Mike Fitzmaurice of WEBCON and Sharon Weaver of Smarter Consulting invite you to a lively discussion peppered with plenty of demos.
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Sharon Weaver is the founder and CEO of Smarter Consulting, a business and technology consulting services company. As a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Process Improvement, and Productivity Expert, Sharon’s background in Software Development, Business and Systems Analysis, Project Management, and Agile combined with her Developmental Psychology degree and Six Sigma Black Belt blend perfectly with her love of helping and training people to make her a well-rounded leader, consultant, and coach. Solving both process and technical problems, Sharon has the unique ability to listen and uncover client pain points to develop a plan that will not only build the needed solutions, but to also drive change, adoption, and education.
Mike Fitzmaurice is the Chief Evangelist and VP – North America for WEBCON and is a recognised thought leader in workflow/business process automation, citizen development, and low-code/no-code solution platforms and strategies. He has more than 25 years of product, consulting, evangelism, engineering, and IT management expertise. His 11 years at Microsoft included being the original technical product manager for SharePoint, helping launch and shepherd its first three releases; it was Mike who birthed, developed, and led developer evangelism on SharePoint, positioning it as a development platform. Other gigs included a decade at Nintex as Vice-President of Workflow Technology, a year as Chief Technology Officer for skybow, and five years as Director of IT at the National Association of Broadcasters.