Workflows in SharePoint allow you to model and automate business processes. These business processes can be as simple as a document approval process with a single approver (shown in Figure 1), as complex as customer-facing product catalog using web service calls and database support, or as formidable as virtually any structured business process, full of conditions, loops, user inputs, tasks, and custom actions. SharePoint 2013 workflows are powered by Windows Workflow Foundation 4, which was substantially redesigned from earlier versions. Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), in turn, is built on the messaging functionality that is provided by Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).

EMI has a vast experience in working with our Clients creating workflows in order to meet business needs. Customers would provide Business objectives which EMI in turn translate into technical requirements and implement appropriate workflows to match the company’s need and objectives. These workflows go through comprehensive testing to insure operability and then go through a complete training program such that the operators are adequate and well trained in handling workflows and updating them as required.