After collecting awards worldwide K2, BPM developed by Source Code built on .NET and completely integrated with Microsoft SharePoint, landed in Spain to present its news. In an event held last March 15 in Madrid, manufacturer announced its best practices on Case Management and the novelties of K2 forms, in addition to outline some of their success stories. Predictably, the event featured the participation of Microsoft, technological ally of the South African manufacturer. The ceremony also was attended by Dacartec, Spanish leader in the introduction of the K2 software for the automation of business processes. If you still don’t know K2, below we have summarized your keys what a BPM? A BPM (of English Business Process Management) is a tool to model, manage, and manage business processes.

From the technological point of view, is a software that deals with common business tasks (from signing contracts to issuing invoices) as part of a process (continuing with the previous example, human resources management or budget management). This allows you to automate those tasks and manage them in the most effective way possible. What is K2? K2 is a BPM of SourceCode developed on Microsoft technology. The platform can be deployed on Microsoft, working on the Microsoft SharePoint collaborative portal technology (K2 blackpoint) or can be integrated with tailored solutions from other manufacturers or developments (K2 blackpearl). What is it used for? Like any software business that boasts, K2 helps improve the efficiency and effectiveness of a company by facilitating everyday tasks: traceability of information fixing of work routines improved times Control documents streamlining and automation of processes getting reports in real time how can help me K2? Any business operation is likely to be understood as a process. Take for example something as simple as an invoice. This document must be generated, register, signed, reviewed, approved, and archived. Depending on the business structure, a process as simple as it may slow down or even perpetuate the internal bureaucracy.