Guest post by Paweł Misiurewicz, CEO and shareholder of Datapolis. Follow him @pawelmis In today’s corporate world business processes are present everywhere. But their sequential automation is not sufficient anymore. It reduces the people taking part in them to simple machine-like elements. Fortunately, in the SharePoint environment apart from sequential workflows we can use another…Read more State machine or sequential workflows. What is the future of business processes?
Marcin Siewnicki Microsoft introduced the new workflow engine in SharePoint 2013 – Workflow Manager. This service is based on Windows Workflow Foundation and brings new features to the SharePoint platform, such as scalability, new activities, REST, and instance management. This new engine is not available in the OOTB installation. A clean SharePoint installation offers only…Read more Install and configure SharePoint 2013 Workflow
Tomasz Głogosz SharePoint workflows are great at streamlining and tracking processes, ensuring their compliance, and automating tasks. Workflow automation is a must for all companies wishing to have their internal methods functioning smoothly and effectively. It makes sure that a process runs in the correct way, allows to track its current state, and speeds it…Read more Deploying SharePoint workflows: How to cut workloads and minimize risk?
The following observations are the result of several years of the conceptual work on a platform for business process management known as Datapolis Workbox (later upgraded to Datapolis Process System). The very process of creating a working product from scratch, basing only on one’s own thoughts and ideas, is itself worth recording. Now however I would rather like to share the ideas which defined the shape of the product and which still evolve in a surprisingly innovative way.