Workflow Automation Vs Business Process Automation: What's the Difference?
What is workflow vs a business process? The terms are often interchangeable, but workflow is the sequence of events for handling tasks — i.e., the flow of a document within a department or organization. A business process can be similar, but generally results in a product or service being delivered — i.e., the new client onboarding process. In general, a streamlined workflow will bring efficiency to a business process.
However a workflow or business process might be alike or different, both benefit from automation. That's why K2 has created the ebook, Easy to Build Workflows and Forms For Dummies. It will help you understand the importance of increasing agility and driving efficiency throughout your business.
You'll gain insights into:
- Building scalable and flexible business processes
- Using digital transformation as the cornerstone of your business case for tech investments
- How to overhaul your forms and workflows for the digital age
In reality, there is no such thing as workflow vs business process. The two work hand-in-hand and can be optimized with automation. Read the guide for more takeaways that will help you implement best practices for each.