Sharepoint Workflow Considerations
SharePoint Workflow vs. Integrify: How to Select the Right Workflow Solution
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.
No matter the platform, Integrify can help improve and streamline your business workflow.
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