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Aspect Software Sponsored What Nintex Workflow 2010 Adds To Share Point 2010


Great presentation by Brett Campbell of Nintex and Congratulations to our Survey Response Winner - Jill N. A free Central Region SharePoint Conference pass.

Great presentation by Brett Campbell of Nintex and Congratulations to our Survey Response Winner - Jill N. A free Central Region SharePoint Conference pass.

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  • 1. What Nintex Workflow 2010 Adds to SharePoint 2010
  • 2. “Workflow improved a lot in SharePoint 2010. SharePoint Designer is better, and Visio allows for graphical workflow design. Do I really need anything more?”
    “Nintex Workflow 2010 looks good, but how much of it is just a nicer reworking of functionality that SharePoint already provides (e.g., site workflows, reusable workflows, the use of InfoPath for workflow startup forms and task forms)?”
    We Get Questions…
  • 3. Everything you’re about to see:
    Is not delivered by SharePoint out of the box
    Is not offered by SharePoint Designer
    Is not offered by Visio
    We Have Answers
  • 4. Design, Deploy, and Manage Everything from within SharePoint
    Start in SharePoint
    Stay in SharePoint while designing
    Draw and configure at the same time
    Immediately use finished designs
    No desktop installs, no extra anything – just get work done
  • 5. Easy to Learn, Easy to Master
    Easy drag-and-drop graphical designer
    Optimized to get more done faster with fewer clicks and popups
    One dialog box for all settings
    One ribbon to set everything in an action
    Guided design ensures no missed paths
  • 6. Easy to Use
    Lazy Approval™ lets you complete a task with an email reply
    Easy roll-up views of all pending workflow tasks, status of workflows in progress
  • 7. Track and Analyze Everything
    Workflow progress
    Workflow performance statistics
    Step-by-step profiling
    Task completion
    User workload
    Audit completions, cancellations
    Status updates
  • 8. Easy Work Reuse
    User-Defined Actions
    Calling and monitoring other workflows
  • 9. Secure and Govern Workflow Design, Deployment
    Control access to designer and to individual workflow actions
    Enforce review of workflow changes, additions
    Support develop-test-production staged deployments
    Version workflow designs
  • 10. Context at Your Fingertips
    Keep workflows looking like workflows, not program flowcharts
    Smart, context available everywhere (context variables, constants)
    Extend that context to meet your own needs
  • 11. Real-World Workflow Logic
    ForEach Iterations
    State Machines
    Conditional start rules
    Scheduled workflows
    Repeatable workflows
  • 12. Connect to Content Across Your Farm
    Query, update, delete, add content in lists/libraries across all sites, site collections
  • 13. Access External Data, Methods
  • 14. Reach More SharePoint Functions, External Applications
    Word Services
    Excel Services
    User Profiles
    Business Connectivity Services
    BizTalk Server
    Exchange Server
    Office Communciations Server
    Windows Server Active Directory
    Microsoft CRM
  • 15. What Nintex Adds to SharePoint Workflow
    Graphical designer
    100+ actions
    Management tools
    What Nintex Does to SharePoint Workflow
    Makes it truly easy
    Makes it truly powerful
    Lets it model “real” work
    Makes it governable
    Brings it to everyone
    Nintex Workflow’s Contribution
  • 16. Implement “real” workflow logic without code
    Start workflows based on conditions
    See all workflow activity across multiple sites
    See which users have the heaviest workloads
    Put workflow changes though an approval process
    Approve requests/complete tasks while offline
    Complete tasks from a mobile device without development
    Change a workflow without returning to one or more extra apps
    Keep your workflow from looking like a code flowchart
    Save and reuse pieces of one workflow in another
    Schedule workflows
    Reach out to external data or SharePoint service apps
    Design workflows quickly and easily
    Offer workflow to everyone
    Put another way, if you take Nintex Workflowaway from SharePoint, you lose the ability to…
  • 17. Any Questions?