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Greetings,

 

I have a question related to that asked yesterday, about using K2/Sharepoint for Workfow / Process Management. 

 

We’ve got a task force seeking a process/workflow management development tool, in an environment that doesn’t include or easily support Sharepoint.  We are proposing to define and manage processes in various areas of our library operations – not just IT services.  We do want something web-based that we can host locally, with LDAP authentication, and with an interface that would allow for straightforward development of workflow systems, and yet not be intimidating to users. 

 

After a fairly lengthy search including testing of several alternatives, we’ve run in to “Intellect” from Interneer.  It offers a template-based interface for the development of applications, and it is looking quite interesting.  I’d be most interested in communicating with anyone who has experience with it – I’d be happy to take responses off-line and will summarize anything helpful.

 

Thanks in advance. 

 

Aletia Morgan

 

 

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Aletia Morgan
Research Data Management Specialist
Rutgers University
114 Alexander Library
169 College Avenue
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

aletia.morgan@rutgers.edu
732-932-8573, x182

 

 


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Greetings,

 

This question relates more to “Process” management than Project Management, but I’m hoping that those following this list might have some interest in this as well.  In the Rutgers libraries, we have a task force seeking a process/workflow management development tool, in an environment that doesn’t include or easily support Sharepoint.  We are proposing to define and manage processes in various areas of our library operations – not just IT services.  We do want something web-based that we can host locally, with LDAP authentication, and with an interface that would allow for straightforward development of workflow systems, and yet not be intimidating to users. 

 

After a fairly lengthy search including testing of several alternatives, we’ve run in to “Intellect” from Interneer.  It offers a template-based interface for the development of applications, and it is looking quite interesting.  I’d be most interested in communicating with anyone who has experience with it – I’d be happy to take responses off-line and will summarize results to the larger group.

 

Thanks in advance.  I did post a similar question to the CIO list yesterday, but thought that this would be the one other area where I might find someone who has dealt with this.

 

Best,

Aletia Morgan

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Aletia Morgan
Research Data Management Specialist
Rutgers University
114 Alexander Library
169 College Avenue
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901

aletia.morgan@rutgers.edu
732-932-8573, x182

 

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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