Nintex User Group DC – How Forms and Workflows Saved a SharePoint Implementation – Presented by Dean Virag
January 5th, 2017
Dean Virag, a consultant at Xgility, will be presenting How Forms and Workflows saved a SharePoint Implementation at Microsoft in Reston on Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 11:30am. To sign up for this event, click here.
Forms and workflows are the low-hanging fruit of SharePoint that offer a quick return on investment and help provide interest and excitement in SharePoint. In this session you will hear the story of a not-for profit organization that used forms and workflows to digitize and automate many of their everyday processes. And in doing so, established a solid foundation that protected their investment from being wiped out by new company leadership who came in determined to remove SharePoint. Various automation solution examples will be described, as will the benefits gained from those solutions. Finally a discussion of how using the Nintex Product line would have made the job of the form and workflow developers even easier.
Xgility consultants are experts on SharePoint, Office 365, Azure, Mobile Security, and software development on the Microsoft platform. Their customers include some of the largest Federal Agencies, Government Contractors, Non-Profits, and Fortune 1000 companies.
Follow Xgility on Twitter: @Xgility
About Dean Virag:
As a Technical Trainer, Dean Virag has spent the two decades helping companies make the most of their investment in software through training and documentation efforts. He has taught and consulted for a wide range of organizations throughout the country, and has experience in traditional classroom training, virtual classroom training, and content development. Dean’s vast level of experience allows him to be effective with end users new to computer technology, all the way through to seasoned IT veterans.
For the past seven years, Dean has focused on providing Microsoft SharePoint training and consulting to a wide variety of companies. He is particularly interested in process automation with forms and workflows. Recently, Dean helped a non-profit in Alexandria realize their investment in SharePoint by developing over 50 form and workflow solutions, helping increase efficiencies and user adoption of SharePoint. Dean currently helps manage four different SharePoint farms for a large federal government client and also provides them with process automation consulting, training, and documentation services as well.
Follow Dean on Twitter: @techtrainerdean