Archive for: March, 2017



What Does Workflow and Content Automation (WCA) Mean for the Digital Business?

March 30, 2017, Author: Kim Albrecht

There’s a difference between digitizing a paper-based process and devising a process that is wholly, natively digital. And that difference lies at the heart of what makes the new category of Workflow and Content Automation (WCA) so powerful. WCA is a consolidation of workflow automation and content generation, pioneered by […]


Nintex and March Madness? Summit 7 Systems “Conquer your Bracket” Contest

March 29, 2017, Author: Patrick Abel

To celebrate what most college basketball followers would consider the best time of the year, March Madness, Summit 7 Systems hosted its second annual Conquer Your Bracket contest. Every year millions of NCAA fans fill out their bracket picks for March Madness, why not create our own “Bracketology” solution utilizing […]


To Workflow, or Not to Workflow? Why Your Business Could be Missing Out on a Powerful Workflow System

March 16, 2017, Author: Dan Stoll

To workflow, or not to workflow: that is the question… The concept of a workflow system to improve business processes is not new. Perhaps the parent idea to the kind of business process management that we have today (in the form of workflow software) is the “assembly line”. The most […]


Solving Common Friction Points in Your Expense Management System

March 15, 2017, Author: Eric Johnson

One of the common aspects of the day-to-day running of a business in almost any industry is business expenses and how they are managed. Your employees travel; to meetings, to conferences, and back and forth from the office to the site (if you employ engineers, for instance). From fuel to […]


Why Automating Your Purchase Order System Will Save You Money $$$

March 13, 2017, Author: Brad Orluk

When financial managers were asked about their organization’s purchase order system in a recent survey, a full 43% admitted to major inadequacies in the company’s purchase order (PO) practices. Even in companies that had a formal purchase order system in place, many reported major inconsistencies, with, for instance, receipts or […]