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Digital Workplace: The New 'Work Nucleus' (Presented by Kissflow)

Neil Miller (Director of Content, Kissflow)

Location: St Thomas B

Date: Wednesday, May 22

Time: 3:30pm - 4:20pm

Pass type: All Access, Conference, Summits & Workshops, TechFair - Get your pass now!

Format: Vendor Tech Session

Vault Recording: TBD


Most organizations are drowning in a sea of software. They have multiple company-wide solutions to handle everything from automation to project management to collaboration, and still each department requires a separate system to handle unique use cases. What if there was a single platform where you could manage all types of work? A single tool where you can build and run an automated process, a project board, a case flow, and host important discussions about work, all in one intelligent and easily integrated platform?

This session will focus on:
• Why all the dots don’t always connect
• The pain of having 10 tabs open all the time on your browser
• Why each software tool you add isn’t making you more productive
• The three most important parts of any work: collaborate, coordinate, and control
• How we’ve been working for software instead of letting it work for us