WEBINAR: Dealing with Multiple Divisions, Languages, Currencies, and Surrogates

WEBINAR: Dealing with Multiple Divisions, Languages, Currencies, and Surrogates

Too many process tools ignore that organizations and the people that work for them aren’t static and stable. That’s unfortunate, because this is 2020; companies merge, acquire, and divest. Managers have subordinates and superiors. Organizations have multiple divisions, information firewalls, 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.

Companies aren’t unchanging monoliths. They merge, divest, and acquire. And even when they aren’t refactoring, they often have big differences to accommodate depending on location and division.

To compound this, people within organizations aren’t static, either. They move around, take vacations, and exit the company. Making sure tasks are completed and processes move along matters a lot.

We’ll show how groups, roles, constants, languages, currencies, and rules make dynamic work assignments a painless prospect. We’ll show how WEBCON BPS handles substitutes and surrogates when someone is out of the office.

We’ll even cover how a leave request workflow — a process automation 101-type application — can be leveraged to dynamically address task reassignment for all processes.


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

  • Business Process Groups
  • Business Entities
  • Substitutions
  • Constants
  • Currencies
  • Languages
  • Employee Leave workflows
  • How to make applications adapt to all of the above, with minimal pain and maximum payoff

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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