Meet us on December 9-13 in Chicago during SharePoint Fest, a conference that brings together the world’s leading experts in SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Teams and Azure! 73 speakers, 130 insightful sessions, 500 participants – that’s what awaits the attendees of this year’s SPF Chicago.
We are proud to be supporting the event as the Platinum Sponsor, and cannot wait to talk to you about business process automation and management with low-code/no-code platforms.
Our Chief Evangelist & VP of WEBCON North America, Mike Fitzmaurice will be hosting three expert sessions about workflow automation, and how to select the right tool depending on the automation problem at hand:
Watch WEBCON Make Process Evolution Painless and Productive | THURSDAY December 12, 2019 12:40 PM
Workflows that work aren’t just designed, deployed, and discarded. Every successful business process receives regular attention and continuous improvement. Watch us take you through a real-world process that started out looking like a “simple approval”; the more people used it and thought about it, the more they realized it was anything but simple and involved far more than just an approval. WEBCON made it easy to evolve applications accordingly, repeatedly, and without disruption. We’ll show you how in under 30 minutes.
Workflows Aren't Designed - They Evolve | THURSDAY December 12, 2019 1:20 PM
Far more than data management apps, workflow solutions need to factor in the need for frequent change. Even the best-designed models and applications typically get modified periodically.
This has an impact on how to design processes, how to create forms and reports, how to connect to external data and maintain internal data.
This session will talk about reasons why workflow solutions need to be modified so often, why you should embrace this, and strategies for addressing it. Its advice can be applied to Microsoft Flow, SharePoint Designer, WEBCON BPS, FireStart, Nintex, K2, or anything else.
When To Use What: Selecting the Right Tool Depending on the Automation Problem at Hand | FRIDAY December 13, 2019 9:00 AM
Microsoft Flow is a great fit for many automation problems. But there's more than one kind of Flow. Some business problems that need transaction support. Others need to manage content Some involve data harvesting. Or systems administration. Or data synchronization. Different use cases need different types of tools.
This session is all about making sure you use a hammer to pound nails and a screwdriver to twist bolts; we'll mention some third-party offerings in addition to Microsoft-delivered tech, but we won't play favorites.
To find out more about SPF Chicago and register, go to events website.