Author Archives: Vadim Tabakman


Digital Transformation, Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

Introducing a Visual Workflow Designer into Your Workplace

November 10, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

If your organization uses SharePoint and you plan on building anything beyond the most basic of workflows, Microsoft’s Visual Studio Workflow Designer is normally the first solution you will turn to. However, creating a workflow project in Visual Studio involves intensive planning and a familiarity with coding. And, in the […]

Process Automation, Workflow and Content Automation

How Workflows Are Affected by Employee Vacation

September 18, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

 The world of work is a collaborative hub of interlocking cogs. But what happens when one of those cogs jets off to the Caribbean on annual leave? In this post, we look at how employee vacation can hamper productivity by breaking down business processes and suggest that the key to […]

Best Practices, Workflow and Content Automation

How to Resolve Project Sign-off Bottlenecks

August 17, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

Most organizations employ a formal approval process for everyday business procedures. This kind of process often involves a document being created and sent around for a series of edits and amendments, and sign-off by a senior member of staff. While such a process may require some collaboration and input from […]


Replace your SharePoint Designer Workflow with Greater Power and Simplicity

June 26, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

SharePoint’s flexibility is one of its biggest selling points. In theory, it provides a multitude of capabilities through out-of-the-box applications and tools accessible to users of all skill levels. When it comes to automating repeat processes, that capability takes the form of SharePoint Designer workflows. A successor of Microsoft FrontPage, […]


The Basics of Workflow Management Software

April 25, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

Workflow management software is a revolutionary method of boosting productivity and efficiency. But it has precedents: Today, there are around 500 workers at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant. The production line is part-automated, and as each vehicle moves along the tracks, workers match engines to bodies, press badges into place or […]