You are probably aware that K2 automatically captures an audit trail for all workflow instances, including information such as who started the workflow, the start date and time of all the steps, and who actioned tasks and what action they took. This information is exposed via SmartObjects (found under the Workflow Reports category) and forms the basis for the reports found in the Management and Workspace sites.
Does your business generate a lot of documents? If you work in the legal, banking or insurance industries you will certainly generate a lot of documents, but just about every business generates documents as part of their day to day operations, whether they be sales orders, quotes, legal documents, inspection reports, business cases and so on.
Most documents that are created are based on templates, and many businesses take advantage of automated document generation software to improve the document creation process.
In this video, we will take you through an introduction to DPA and RPA, what the key differences are, we will briefly introduce you to the K2 and UiPath platforms and take you through some examples of K2 and UiPath projects.
Since Microsoft released PowerApps and Flow in 2016 there have been a lot of questions about how these new tools compare with K2.
- Do PowerApps and Flow do the same things as K2;
- Are PowerApps and Flow a competitor to K2; and
- Can they be used together?
eSignatures are becoming more and more popular with businesses as they try to create a competitive advantage and complete business transactions faster.
With eSignature technology like Adobe Sign, you can obtain signatures from your staff and customers within minutes instead of days, and signatures can be obtained on any device. eSignature technology is a perfect fit for a Business Process Management platform like K2, allowing you to automate the collection of signatures as part of your business processes such as sales orders, employee onboarding, and contract creation.