WORKSHOP:

Enabling Non-developers to Automate Business Processes on One Cloud Platform

Enabling Non-developers to Automate Business Processes on One Cloud Platform

 
EVENT DETAILS:
DATE:     Tuesday, 24 April 2018
TIME:      9:00am - 1:30 pm
VENUE:  Microsoft Offices, 2 Kingdom St, London W2 6BD
 
 

Organisations need to help employees work smarter. Consumer technologies are driving digital transformation in the workplace. The workforce is no longer tethered to a physical space and their apps and data are moving to the cloud – requiring IT to redefine how end-user services should be delivered to meet the rising demands of employees, and lines of business.

 

Join us to learn how to increase your developer workforce by enabling non-developers to build business processes on the cloud. Building on intelligence to transform the way organisations securely empower the workforce for a better user experience. Learn how forward-thinking IT organisations can create digital workspace strategies to harness the power of new apps, devices, and connected things to transform business processes and drive engagement and productivity for every employee.

 

AGENDA:

09:00-09:15 Registration and Breakfast
09:15-09:30 Welcome and Introduction
09:30-10:30 Flow, PowerApps, K2
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 Pre-built Solutions (SmartForms, SmartObjects, Governance & Security), Power BI
12:00-12:30 Q&A
12:30-01:30 Networking Lunch and Close


Register today! This event is free to attend, but spaces are limited so register early to avoid disappointment.

 


Speaker - Moises Tavira, Principal Technical Specialist at K2


With more than 10 years of experience in BPM technologies, especially in Spain, Portugal and UK markets Moises has also collaborated in other international projects in Dubai and Munich. Deep knowledge of BPM platforms like Ultimus, TIBCO iProcess, K2 Blackpearl. He has designed vertical solutions for Banking and Financial, Insurance, Pharmaceutical and Manufacturing sectors and collaborations in projects with Microsoft Iberica.

Speaker - Andy Hayes, Channel Technical Specialist at K2


Andy works with K2 partners and customers based in the United Kingdom and Europe to ensure successful project outcomes and pervasive adoption with K2. He works with all departments of the K2 business including support, finance and professional services. Andy moved into this role in 2017 because of his technical background and excellent customer and partner facing skills. People who want to achieve great outcomes with K2 is what motivates him the most in his role.

About K2


With K2’s process automation platform, organizations can rapidly build and deploy enterprise-grade business process applications that are agile, scalable and reusable, and scale the platform across all processes that move work between people, systems and machines. K2 solutions are being used by more than 1.5 million users in more than 4,000 organizations, including 30-percent of Fortune 100 companies.

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