When it comes to using SharePoint workflow or business process management situations, there are a number of issues that organizations should consider:
|Developers/coders required for customization||Coding Required||No Coding Required|
|Create new custom process (level of effort)||Moderate to Significant Effort||Low to Moderate Effort|
|Create new custom process (resources)||IT / developers||Business Users|
|Modify/support/adapt existing processes
|IT / developers||Business Users|
|Modify/support/adapt existing processes (cost)||High Cost||Low to Moderate Cost|
|Flexibility of solution (how easy is it to change)||Low to Moderate Flexibility||High Flexibility|
|Time required to create customized processes||Moderate||Low to Moderate|
|Agility of solution (how fast can it be changed)||Moderate Agility||High Agility|
Optimizing business processes requires using the right tools for the right jobs. To help organizations and any workflow manager identify when a solution like Integrify is a good fit, we have created the following list of decision points.
If the answer to any of the following questions is “yes,” we believe it’s worth considering a workflow platform like Integrify, either as a standalone request management solution or in conjunction with a SharePoint deployment.
If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, investigating a solution like Integrify is a natural fit for your needs—even if you’re already using SharePoint for its rich set of collaboration, document management, business intelligence, or other capabilities.
Integrify’s industry-leading workflow and request management platform can work with Sharepoint or separately. There are no limitations.
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