Toolbar button icons improve the usability of a system as they graphically prove a queue to the system user to perform system actions. In K2, generic toolbar buttons exist to describe an action which can be performed. Examples of these icons include; Add, Delete, Check In and Check Out. However, there may be a requirement to use a specific icon to describe an action which is not included in the standard ‘out of the box’ icon list.
Velocity IT, the boutique process automation specialist, has launched its brand new website, whose user-friendly interface optimises the user journey and welcomes business oriented visitors to browse a growing library of business tech resources.
Since their introduction almost 40 years ago, spreadsheets have played a vital role in allowing businesses to keep track of sales data and customer contact details.
But despite spreadsheet packages like Excel and OpenOffice being still widely used, the advent of online systems and the digitization of business processes have offered new opportunities for sales teams to work smarter and more efficiently.
It’s here! K2’s next generation no- and low-code business application development platform K2 Five and K2 Cloud has been released, and developing business apps using it is now even easier and faster than before.
The K2 platform provides technical and non-technical users a capability to fully automate manual business processes, turn paper-based forms to digital and integrate with virtually any 3rd party system. Workflow metrics and business information are made available in an advanced reporting and analytics module, and this helps organisations increase their performance.
Yesterday Velocity IT, in collaboration with K2, hosted an exclusive event on the theme of digital transformation at the Soho Hotel in London. The afternoon was split into a series of talks by Velocity IT’s founder and CEO, Arno van Rooyen, K2’s VP EMEA, Andrew Murphy, and special guest Clarence Dixon, Global Head of Loan Services at CBRE, the world’s leading real estate company.
In this blog, I will use multi-user impersonation in a BenchQA test case to test multi-user interaction with a K2 SmartForms application. We will start by submitting a new leave request process using one user, and automatically login as another user to approve the leave request.
DELIVER A SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE
Customers relationships are everything to all businesses. Consequently, when it comes to business process automation and on-going business process improvement initiatives, it is essential that customer satisfaction and loyalty are outcomes.
With all of the Workflow and Business Process-Driven solutions we implement, customers are at the core of our continual improvement and optimisation efforts. This ensures consistency and enhanced customer service levels.