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Automating Business Processes with SharePoint



Making the case for Business Process automation ...

Making the case for Business Process automation
Workflow options in SharePoint 2010
SharePoint Designer Workflows
Nintex – Workflow for Everyone
Integration and contrast with Microsoft CRM
An overview of SharePoint 2013
Creating workflows with SharePoint Designer 2013 & Visio 2013



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Automating Business Processes with SharePoint Automating Business Processes with SharePoint Presentation Transcript

  • 21st February 2013Automating Business ProcessesAonghus Fraser SharePoint Lead Consultant (C5 Alliance)Jessica Meats Partner Technology Advisor (Microsoft) www.c5alliance.com
  • Agenda Business Process Automation SharePoint 2010  SharePoint Designer Workflows  Nintex – Workflow for Everyone  Integration and contrast with Microsoft CRM Examples & Case Studies An overview of SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2013 Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2013 & Visio 2013 Questions
  • Aonghus Fraser SharePoint Evangelist & Lead Consultant @ C5 Implementing Enterprise Solutions since SharePoint 2003 Twitter: @gusfraser Blog: http://techblurt.com Email: Aonghus.Fraser@C5Alliance.com
  • Our People, Locations & Teams 75+ highly skilled, qualified and experienced consultants Operational locations Jersey & Guernsey7 x distinct teams: Business Process Business Solutions Business Intelligence Technical Solutions Project Delivery Managed Services Training
  • C5 Client Base
  • Automating Business Processes
  • Why Automate Business Processes? Reduce Costs Increase Consistency & Confidence Increase Efficiency Improve Customer Service Reporting & Management Information Process Optimisation
  • Typical Examples – Simple to ComplexSimple  Document Approval / Feedback  Holiday Request  New Start / Leaver  Client Due Diligence / Know Your Client  Customer Application (e.g. Account, Loan Facility)Complex
  • SharePoint 2010 Options Out Of The Box  Approval, Feedback, Disposition SharePoint Designer  Free. No loops. Nintex Workflow  Flexible Drag/Drop Designer, State Machine & Loops, Reporting Integration Visual Studio  Code
  • Out Of The Box Example - Approval Document Approval  e.g. Press Release, Policy, Announcement Initiate from Office or SharePoint
  • SharePoint Designer Example – Holiday Request Item Approval Notification Linear
  • SharePoint Designer Demo Holiday Request
  • SharePoint Designer 2010 Summary Easy to use Free Basic linear workflows No loops or state machines (2010) Extensible Impersonation (Permissions)
  • Nintex Workflow DemoTemplates, Drag & Drop, Holiday Request, Escalation
  • Nintex Workflow Summary Rich Graphical Interface Powerful Actions & Functionality  Loops, ForEach Iterations, State Machines Scheduled workflows Integration (Enterprise)  AD, Exchange, CRM, Word Automation, BCS, BizTalk Escalation Reporting Extensible
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workflow & Integration
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Workflows Windows Workflow Foundation User Interface: Easy to create LINEAR workflows Similar in flexibility to SharePoint Designer Limited reporting Limited integration Typically Entity-centric (e.g. Customer, Lead, Scope)
  • Workflow Integration with CRM SharePoint Designer Custom Action Nintex Workflow (Enterprise) Custom Code (Visual Studio Workflow)
  • Examples & Case Studies
  • Holiday Request SharePoint Designer Workflow Simple Approval Update of “Days Taken” when approved Notification to employee, manager & HR
  • Bank Complaints Database Nintex Workflow 2010 Management of complaints Task Escalation Reporting (SLAs)
  • Bank KYC Process Nintex Workflow 2010 Multiple teams (CI, London, Mauritius) Document Sets for collating data State machine logic Reporting
  • Jersey Financial Services CommissionPersonal Questionnaire Nintex Workflow 2010 Complex back-end integration Multiple departments Long-running workflow Document generation Scanning integration
  • Generali InternationalPolicy Document Management & Workflow
  • Over to Jess…
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  • Thank You!