Companies are doing more with less, while the pace of business is accelerating every day. As a result, companies are looking at utilising less-technical resources to solve technical business problems by developing robust, something applications that integrate across line of business systems.
K2's platform is vast. One of K2's strongest potentials is its ability to expose systems via interfaces and API's. During this part 1 of 2 videos, we are going to create a .NET application that uses K2 REST API, to interact with existing K2 workflows on a K2 Cloud instance.
If you are looking at K2 Cloud or already using it, you will be excited to learn how you can extend the capabilities of this platform using a multitude of options from both low-code to fully unleashing your developer capabilities. So, what do you do if you need to execute some custom code in K2? Azure Functions could be your solution. During this video, we will be showcasing examples of how to use Azure Functions in K2 Cloud solutions, as well as deciding where and when they fit in your rapid implementation cycles.
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. While there is no Adobe Sign feature available for K2 (yet…) we can still integrate with K2 using the Adobe Sign REST API. This article will describe the steps required to integrate K2 with Adobe Sign, including: Create the Adobe Sign Developer Account and configuring OAuth Create the swagger file against the Adobe Sign REST API Reference Create an OAuth resource and resource type in …
Late last year we launched the K2 Five and K2 Cloud platform. The rate of updates to the K2 Cloud has been impressive with new enhancements and features added every 3 to 6 weeks. In order to help keep up-to-date with the new enhancements, we would like to start a bi-monthly webinar to overview these new capabilities and enhancements. This video will provide an in-depth overview of the capabilities of the new K2 Five and K2 Cloud. During this session we will focus on: • The new K2 App Wizards; • The latest changes to K2 Five 5.1 Update; and • K2 Cloud Update 4.
Does the following sound familiar? You email out a PDF document. The client prints it, scans it and emails it back; You need more information, so you do it again; Nobody has visibility of the process internally, documents are everywhere; all this costs time and money! During this live webinar, we will be demonstrating how easy it is to improve customer service with document sharing. Register now to see how to: Manage and collate feedback on documents which can then be archived in a SharePoint Library and/or your Records Management platform; Report on customer interaction with tasks, reminders and notifications via email and text messages; View and sign contracts, exchanging NDA agreements, letters of engagement or collaborating on documents in a consortium scenario; and Collaborate within your SharePoint environment with external users whilst maintaining your SharePoint security
Check out this short 1-minute video on how to add a K2 worklist to Microsoft SharePoint
Experience an all-encompassing deep dive demonstration that goes from electronic forms to document management into contract management with electronic signatures and business process spanning multiple systems. See the K2 and DocuSign overview here in Episode 10