A 100-Level Look at the Ins and Outs of SharePoint Workflow

A session at SharePoint Saturday Austin

Saturday 2nd March, 2013

1:00pm to 2:00pm (CST)

Your SharePoint implementation is a raving success. Your end users are creating and storing hundreds or even thousands of new documents and list items daily. This is a big step on the path to SharePoint brilliance! But now it’s time to take the next leap and extend SharePoint beyond simple content storage, by attaching business processes to your content to create efficient workflows amongst your end users. In this presentation, Jason Keller will explain the fundamentals of SharePoint Workflow, and go over its capabilities and limitations. He will also discuss Out of the Box workflows and extending workflow with SharePoint Designer.

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Jason Keller

#SharePoint evangelist, #Business Process and #Workflow & #Nintex expert and father. bio from Twitter

Jason Keller is the president of TekDog Inc., of Columbus, Ohio. Jason has over 15 years of experience in IT and has been working with Microsoft SharePoint technologies since 2001. Jason’s SharePoint experience includes roles as a Technical Instructor, Business Analyst, SharePoint Consultant, Project Manager and Solutions Architect. Jason also specializes in Business Process Automation and works on a daily basis with clients to understand their business needs to architect SharePoint and workflow solutions that resolve business inefficiencies and bottlenecks. Jason has a deep passion for SharePoint technologies and for sharing the knowledge of how SharePoint can help businesses run more effectively and efficiently

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Time 1:00pm2:00pm CST

Date Sat 2nd March 2013

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