WEBCON BPS Case Folders & SharePoint Records: the Best of Both Worlds

 June 3, 2020

 9:00 AM PT / 6:00 PM CET

WEBCON BPS stores workflow content as case folders, containing attachments, sublists, comments, cached external data, current state, history and audit data, and more. This was designed to complement, not compete with, collaborative document creation and formal publishing / archiving / records centers in SharePoint and / or Teams. 

You want to keep a document in SharePoint from cradle to grave. We want to keep it in a case file during the BPS process (if we can). We can make everyone happy. We promise.

And this webinar will show it to you in action.

We’ll begin by explaining how WEBCON BPS stores data and why. We’ll move on into how we integrate with SharePoint document libraries – the engine behind both OneDrive for Business and Teams documents – explaining multiple methods for doing so.

You’ll see all of this through the lens of an end-to-end scenario in which document work begins in Microsoft 365, is pulled into a WEBCON-authored process for review/approval, then published back to Microsoft 365 for final disposition.


What you will learn:

  • How WEBCON BPS case folders work and which benefits they offer
  • How WEBCON BPS workflows can be started from OneDrive/SharePoint/Teams documents
  • How WEBCON BPS can publish documents to SharePoint records centers
  • How to best incorporate formal reviews into ad-hoc document platforms


Don’t miss it! Join our Chief Evangelist and VP North America, Mike Fitzmaurice, on June 03 (Wednesday) at 9:00 am PT (US and Canada) / 6:00 pm CET and let him show you in real-time the magic of automating processes with WEBCON BPS.

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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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