Reduce Application Development Time and Cost

Junker, Christopher
April 2012
KM World;Apr2012, Vol. 21 Issue 4, following pS15
Trade Publication
The article offers information regarding the factors that affect the use of SharePoint in business process automation. It mentions that the cost of SharePoint application development costs a company to spend time and money which creates challenges for its information technology (IT) departments. It cites additional operational costs as another factor to consider for an automated workflow application. Meanwhile, cloud content management application is said to offer faster business solutions.


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