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Forms and Workflows are important for automating business processes. Companies usually rely on programmers to create the forms and workflows using code. Not anymore! With InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, you can create powerful data driven form composite solutions on your SharePoint sites. InfoPath gives you the ability to pull data from databases and lists, and create forms with data validation and conditional formatting. SharePoint Designer's workflows let you then design powerful multi-step workflows centered around the form collected data, building upon the out-of-the-box reusable workflows and even import workflow designs from Visio! In this presentation, you will see how these tools come together to design workflows and route forms across your organization for task assignment and approval, and also how you can reuse your workflows in other lists and libraries on your site.
This session is presented by Asif Rehmani during SharePoint Connections 2010 in Amsterdam.
Asif has been training and consulting on primarily SharePoint technologies since 2004. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and MCT. Asif provides online and in-person SharePoint training publicly and in private workshops. In addition to training, Asif also runs
a SharePoint Videos website (http://www.sharepoint-videos.com) which provides dozens of SharePoint, SharePoint Designer and InfoPath video tutorials.
Over the years, Asif has been a speaker on SharePoint topics at several conferences including Microsoft’s TechEd, SharePoint Conference, SharePoint Connections, and Advisor Live. He is the co-author of the book Professional SharePoint Designer 2007 by Wrox publications (http://tinyurl.com/8tdsoq). Asif was the co-founder and is currently one of the active leaders of the Chicago SharePoint User Group (http://www.cspug.org)
For a more detailed bio, please visit http://www.sharepoint-videos.com/about/. You can reach Asif at: email@example.com.
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