Businesses across the globe rely on SharePoint to empower teamwork and enable their individuals, teams and organizations to collaborate on content. It’s a key system in many enterprise architectures and without it, many businesses would be struggling to collaborate. We’ve been posting a lot lately about backend systems that many organizations rely on, but they all have something in common. They don’t do everything you need them to do, and further, they need to be easily integrated across all line of business systems to gain true efficiency. Not an easy feat.
Customers use SharePoint because it serves as the enterprise content management system for their document storage and, as noted previously, for collaboration within their organizations. But there are limits, particularly when it comes to forms and workflow. This forces organizations to spend time and resources on customizing forms and workflow applications, which can slow organizations down and add to app backlog issues.
K2 and SharePoint is a powerful combination that can quickly help organizations overcome these challenges to:
- Customize SharePoint forms to provide a more intuitive interface for scenarios like managing project tasks or issue tracking lists. Users’ forms can easily include information from other areas of SharePoint or other LOB systems.
- Create workflows and forms for scenarios like SharePoint site provisioning or document and policy approvals. The workflows and forms can span multiple SharePoint lists or libraries, whether in the cloud or on-prem.
- Create business apps to solve specific needs. For example, improve customer service to end users or build portals to share information with customers or vendors. These apps integrate with SharePoint and other LOB systems across organizations, both on-prem and in the cloud.
Next week, you’ll have two opportunities to learn more about how K2 can transform SharePoint so that you make the most of your investment in the platform. First, on Tuesday, March 7 at 10am PT (1pm ET) we’ll be hosting our Transform Your SharePoint Environment webinar. And if that isn’t enough, on Thursday, March 9 at 8am PT (11am ET) we’ll be hosting our next installment of the K2 Connects webinar series, focused on SharePoint.
Registration for both webinars is currently open, reserve your spot today to learn more about how K2 and SharePoint are a powerful combination, and to ensure you’re getting the most out of your K2 and SharePoint investments.