Workflow tools abound in many different flavors and choosing the right one can be difficult. In episode 2 of this series, I highlight a few examples, examine the growth in the industry, and leave you with a few tips and takeaways. If you missed episode 1, be sure to check it out here: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-exploring-business-process-automation-and-how-it-impacts-you-episode-1Sources: Workflow market size source: https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/workflow-management-system-market-size-share-trends-research-analysis-growth-rate-business-opportunities-and-competitive-landscape-covid-19-impact-2021-01-12 Power Automate/Microsoft Flow release source: https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-ga/ Power Automate Forrester source: https://info.microsoft.com/ww-landing-forrester-TEI-of-power-automate.html Zapier info source: https://www.drift.com/blog/how-zapier-grew/
On March 10th at 11am EST we are gathering the best of the best in the burgeoning Accounts Payable Automation market, where there is a battleground emerging for best of breed solutions to minimize errors, save money and streamline processes. Tap or click here to register for free today! With a compound annual growth rate of 12% the time is now for CFOs, AP Management and other Accounting Professionals to choose the solutions that are best for your business, consider your integration strategy and more--and we have created your short list!
With the expected growth to reach $152 billion by 2024, the Business Process Automation arena is a big area to explore. but we will break this down during this multi-part series. We'll explore best practices, areas to automate, and tools in these areas, and tips to help you along the way. So, join me during this journey as go through this adventure.Source:CAGR source: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200723005562/en/Global-Shared-Services-Market-2020-to-2024---Industry-is-Driven-by-the-Need-for-Business-Process-Automation-and-Cost-Reduction---ResearchAndMarkets.com
Amber Bell, the Training Dynamo herself, outlines how Dynamics GP is still a rock-solid ERP while providing tips and takeaways on training, reports, user adoption, and more during our insightful conversation.
In this episode, I'm doing a round-up of some cool low-code/no-code solutions across different industries. I'll showcase some of these app solutions in real-time to give you a peek into what's possible. If you missed episodes 1, 2, and 3, be sure to check them out below:Episode 1: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-the-low-code-no-code-evolution-part-1Episode 2: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-low-code-vs-no-code-who-will-win-part-2Episode 3: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-is-ai-a-game-changer-for-low-code-no-code-part-3Sites/sources:PandaSuite energy guide app: https://pandasuite.com/launcher/s/AVRYgg6dgBP1_bTwv5KY?_branch_match_id=879800160458085085#!/publication?type=tablet Mendix app for Eneco: https://www.mendix.com/solutions/intelligent-energy-insight/Retool GDPR example: https://retool.com/templates/gdpr-data-export Glide staff locations app: https://prefab-employees.glideapp.io/
New this week, Aaron Back, Bridget Courneya and John Siefert take their "binge day" approach of wrapping up topics and create a new video podcast called "The Wrap" to share the insights,, perspective and tips they learned during the week of reporting on the market.Show notes:Blog on Partners Ecosystem: https://blog.crossbeam.com/partnerships-101-isv-vs-var-vs-si-vs-msp-vs-oemJay McBain piece on Marketplaces: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/distributors-future-distribution-jay-mcbain/?trackingId=FVARZ7b6C2DJ7LK6MmxnUQ%3D%3DAaron's Back @ IT series on Low Code/No Code:https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-is-ai-a-game-changer-for-low-code-no-code-part-3https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-low-code-vs-no-code-who-will-win-part-2https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-the-low-code-no-code-evolution-part-1Post from Pablo Moreno on the Future of Work: https://mydacfeed.com/view/blog/past-present-and-possible-future-of-work-1649
Artificial Intelligence is truly impacting the low-code/no-code landscape. But, is it a game-changer? Check out this podcast where I dive into AI and LC/NC, offer some areas to explore and leave you with options to consider.If you missed the first two episodes, be sure to check them out here:Episode 1: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-the-low-code-no-code-evolution-part-1Episode 2: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-low-code-vs-no-code-who-will-win-part-2Sources:Alogorithmia source: https://info.algorithmia.com/2020?utm_source=thenewstack&utm_medium=website&utm_campaign=platform OutSystems: https://www.outsystems.com/ Deloitte TruVoice: https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/risk/solutions/truevoice.html Microsoft AI Builder: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ai-builder/overview UIPath - RPA and AI: https://www.uipath.com/blog/ai-rpa-differences-when-to-use-them-together
This What's Awesome and What Sucks podcast considers the cultural and people elements of digital transformation, showcases this research from Pega and speaks to our discussion with Matt James in the Sales Tax Laws Binge and Bob Evans in the Digital Acceleration Binge. Drop your thoughts below if you want to start a chat on what's up with this stuff.
If you missed the February 23rd Great Lakes Local Users Group meeting you missed two great speakers, Kerry (Rosvold) Peters and Kim Dallefeld, talk about Finance and other related subjects. It was an amazing and great learning roundtable for all who attended. Members asked many questions and all the members offered insight and direction on each topic. If you missed the event, I have attached the recording Kelli Miller made. Cover Image is a snapshot of the upcoming Local User Group Meeting for 2021 so register for these events when they are available. It is an exciting line-up of speakers and topics to educate you and your colleagues on NAV/BC or general subjects. LUG 2021 I hope to see you there. Steven Chinsky
There's a lot of folks wondering which route to go: Low-Code or No-Code. They are different and there are different tools to choose from. In part 2 of this series, I look at what to expect from low-code versus no-code, some helpful points to consider, and a few takeaway tips. If you missed part 1 in the series, be sure to check it out here: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/back-it-the-low-code-no-code-evolution-part-1Also, be sure to check out more insightful content from our DAC News Desk for video interviews with personal perspectives and valuable information from industry experts, and In-depth articles on a wide variety of business technology categories.
In this video, we discuss model driven apps in Power Apps using Dynamics 365. Check out this video to learn more and view a live demo!
Low-code/no-code isn't just the hottest buzzword/term now, but a major technology category with huge growth potential in this decade. In part 1 of this series, I explore the evolution of low-code/no-code, call out a few players in the space, and leave you with tips to consider before choosing a solution.Source info:Intrado: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/11/10/2123468/0/en/Global-187-Billion-Low-Code-Development-Platform-Market-to-2030.html#:~:text=The%20global%20low%2Dcode%20development,period%20(2020%2D2030). Excel history: https://microsoft.fandom.com/wiki/Microsoft_Excel SAP Purchases Appgyver: https://news.sap.com/2021/02/sap-acquire-appgyver/ John’s take on Appgyver: https://mydacfeed.com/view/video/sap-acquires-no-code-platform-appgyver App references:Retool: https://retool.com/Bubble: https://bubble.io/Excel: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/excelWordpress: https://wordpress.com/ Microsoft Power Apps: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/ AWS Honeycode: https://www.honeycode.aws/ Google Appsheet: https://www.appsheet.com/ AppGyver: https://www.appgyver.com/