More government clients turning to K2 for efficiency
9/30/2010 8:00:00 PM
WASHINGTON, D.C. — With more than a dozen new deals in 2010 to date, workflow and business process management software maker K2 is gaining momentum in the North American government sector.
K2 offers a complete software platform for automating enterprise business processes, building SharePoint workflows, and integrating Microsoft solutions into SAP and other line-of-business systems.
“Federal agencies know they need to do more with less, yet they’re struggling with current workflow tools that aren’t able to meet these new business needs,” John Martin, K2 Federal Sector Director, said. “Agencies now require affordable systems that can automate, manage and improve mission-critical business applications. K2’s process automation software fulfills these requirements, enabling agencies to meet their mission goals affordably.”
Rob Joy, K2 Federal Architect, added, “Not only does the current technology landscape demand more for less, it is also a constantly shifting landscape. K2 allows you to rapidly change to meet the increasing regulatory standards and stay in compliance.”
K2 applications can be set up to automate and manage virtually any process that involves people and information — such as case management, procurement or inventory tracking. A manufacturing client in Virginia using K2 to track non-conforming products is saving $500,000 per year and cut process time from three months to less than one week. A U.S. agency saves approximately $3 million per year with an easy-to-use K2-based system that helps the organization track wireless devices and manage service plans.
New Federal Government clients in North America over the past few months:
Commander, Navy Installations Command
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Medium Extended Air Defense System
US Consumer Product Safety Commission
Missile Defense Agency
USACE – Construction Engineering Lab
Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics Center
Dept of Education, Federal Student Aid
National Institutes of Health, Office of Aids Research
National Institutes of Health, Child Health and Human Development
US Census Bureau
Department of the Treasury, Office of the Chief Information Officer
For more K2 federal government customers please click here.