A Gartner study of business process changes found that 67% of companies change their business processes once every six months, and 4% change them daily! Even if you don’t change your processes as often as that, you may find that when processes and workflows change, your SharePoint designers get much busier. Continue reading >>
In an earlier post we mentioned our partner Nintex had some exciting developments up their sleeves, to be announced in the coming months. Sure enough, Nintex have now launched new versions of Nintex Mobile and Nintex Forms, helping companies to build much more sophisticated mobile apps and forms with custom branding and advanced data connectors. We’ve long been fans of Nintex, as have our clients, so we are really pleased to see their products improving even further.
These improved tools add a new layer of sophistication to the Nintex enterprise-grade workflow automation platform. Helping companies drive productivity and engage global workforces around the clock, whether they’re in the office or in the field, on laptops or mobile devices, online or offline. There was reason we said to be excited. Continue reading >>
There’s little doubting that the gradual economic recovery of the last few years is something we’re all pleased about. However, while we’re returning to growth, business remains cautious about making long term investments when it’s still not clear what’s around the corner. This is true for almost any part of a business – from physical infrastructure, to marketing and, perhaps most significantly, in IT. There are a range of preconceived notions about IT projects being expensive, disruptive and having hard to measure Return on Investment (ROI).
This apprehension is perfectly understandable – but we also know that investment is essential for long term growth. Deploying new tools and solutions can boost productivity, cut costs and make your company more efficient. However, no one wants to spend big on enormous IT projects where the company will only begin to see benefits two years (or more) down the line. This kind of project feels sensible in times of plenty, yet is less than a sure bet when times are tight. Continue reading >>
Forms, some of us love building them and some of us, well, not so much. However, we can’t deny they are one of the most effective ways for an organisation to capture information from a person in a concise and structured way. For any company the benefit of a form is it allows for specific information to be collated and administered as part of a much larger and more complex process, and when done right is truly valuable. Continue reading >>