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December 17, 2009

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SharePoint Workflow - Russ Blaesing

Thanks for the list. Microsoft is making a good move forward in terms of end user usability. Getting content from and to SharePoint is easier, however what happens to it once its there. Microsoft still has yet to make TRUE management of the content within sharepoint (ie, process of content creation/approval/dissemination) accessible to business analysts and SMEs.

In our business of helping companies run their business processes on SharePoint, we're disappointed with the overall design of the workflow methodology in 2010. We'll continue to use our SharePoint Workflow Designer instead as it has full integration of the items needed by business analysts and don't require programmers to be involved.

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