Business Process Automation Series

Are manual processes slowing down the speed and agility of your organization?

Join our series to learn how you can work smarter, faster and better connected than ever before:

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Business processes can be messy, collaborative efforts that involve information from a variety of sources. In most cases, line-of-business integrations, collaboration platforms like SharePoint, social streams, email, and even cloud file-storing services like Box are all crucial parts of a process that may be disjointed. Automating these cobbled processes can be challenging, but with intelligent, integrated forms and workflows, it’s not as difficult as you might think. 
Join us for a short, two-part webinar series to learn about how K2 makes it easy to build business apps that automate your manual processes, using workflows and forms that integrate with any system, on-premises and in the cloud.  
K2’s low-code process automation platform can help you to:  
  • Empower businesses to rapidly build and deploy applications across the business 
  • Bring visibility to what’s happening along the way of deployment
  • Truly transform the way you do business 
Register for part one of our series and learn how to build business applications involving many of the fundamental components including: 
  • Access to data from a variety of sources
  • Standardized business logic that aligns with the way an organization executes
  • Ability to give users the experience they need on the devices they use 
K2 allows organizations to rapidly compose business applications from reusable forms, workflow, and data components using drag-and-drop tooling.
Join us for part two in our webinar series, and learn how to use intuitive, drag-and-drop designers to:
  • Turn a simple document library or list into an app 
  • Add workflows that involve the right users and automate tasks across systems
By rapidly designing forms that combine SharePoint and your line-of-business data, K2 can help your organization regardless of whether its data is on premises or in the cloud.