I’ve just released a white paper on the options available for creating SharePoint 2007 workflows. You can grab a copy from the documents section in this blog.
When it comes to building SharePoint workflow into a site, options are plentiful. Choosing the right option can make a world of difference to your project’s bottom line and your client’s satisfaction. In this paper I’ll go over four “no-code” solutions and three .NET coding options and try to give you some consideration points to help you choose between them.
Who Should Read this Paper:
- Governance committees when making decisions about what methods of workflow to endorse and support
- SharePoint Site Owners
- SharePoint .NET Developers
- IT Managers wondering what SharePoint Workflow can do for them
- My wife, my family members, & anyone else wondering what it is I do for a living