On January 31, 2014, Microsoft announced that there would be no additional investment in Microsoft InfoPath. Four years later, Microsoft released several forms-related products, including Microsoft Forms and PowerApps, but neither of these products covers all the common InfoPath scenarios.
In a world where speed matters, businesses need the agility and flexibility to quickly modify their processes and business practices to stay competitive. Historically, large companies have thwarted this kind of process improvement by locking themselves into outdated systems, processes, and ways of working.
If your business is starting on the journey of process automation or are re-evaluating the business process automation (BPA) toolset you have currently implemented, then there are not only a lot of vendor offerings available to evaluate, but there are many different aspects of their offerings that need to be considered. When evaluating a BPA platform, the obvious place to start is with the technical features you require to build your solutions. Can I quickly build web forms and workflows with no code? Can I easily integrate with my line of business systems?
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. Can they be used together?
In the old days, as in pre-smartphones customer retention was driven by brand loyalty, a smiling face behind a counter or in a branch or a friendly voice on a phone. Waiting a few days or even weeks for feedback was expected and acceptable. In today’s App-Driven economy, customers demand instant gratification.
Creating the Data Ecosystem for Your Transition to an AI World When Alan Turing was developing the Turing Test for determining machine intelligence—what we today refer to as Artificial Intelligence (AI)—he first posed the question, “Can machines think?”
Artificial intelligence (AI) is often considered to be the future of computing and possibly the greatest driver of innovation in the next decade.
Today the phrase Artificial Intelligence (AI) still conjures up images of robots that look and talk like humans and the notion of using an optical scanner to start your car instead of a key or button. In reality, AI is a technology we all interact with at some level every single day.
We’re pleased and proud to share that K2 has been positioned as a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave™: Digital Process Automation Software, Q3 2017*. At K2, we are relentlessly focused on our mission to enable every organisation to automate the processes that move work between people, systems and machines, and we believe that our relentless focus on this vision is what helped us get this result.