SQL Server databases are one of the most commonly used data storage technologies for K2 applications. SQL server is a very widely used database platform and K2 provides out of the box integration capabilities that means you can very quickly start using existing or new SQL databases with your K2 solutions.
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.
One of the biggest challenges in the enterprise ecosystem is maintaining software versions. As new versions of software are released, support for older versions of operating systems tend to decrease. The upgrade path for new software versions usually results in the provisioning of new servers, mixed with a complex strategy to install and migrate to the new server.
In a recent survey almost 50% of senior legal practitioners cited that the leading challenge in driving legal innovation internally was “Getting enough time and resources away from ‘Business as Usual’.
Imagine a world where you had software bots and humans working in perfect harmony – bots taking on all the mundane and time-consuming tasks, whilst producing ZERO errors and 100% process accuracy, freeing up your most important assets to focus on what they, and only they, can do: innovate.
With K2 Five, organisations are better positioned to expand their development workforce by enabling both business and IT users to develop powerful business applications and in turn increasing the agility of the company.
Through better collaboration, richer analytics, and advanced integration capabilities, organisations are enabled to do more with less by migrating to K2 Five.