Elevating public sector processes – The power of workflow


Want to learn how your organisation can create, run, and manage complex workflows without writing any code? Join NDL’s Chief Technology Officer, Gareth Handley, and Head of Digital and Engagement, Tom Wright for an online session to discover how your organisation can create highly effective end-to-end projects.

This online session aims to provide you with key knowledge about workflow, and how it could become an integral technology within your organisation - helping you to elevate your business processes whilst saving time and resources with a no-code solution.

Flow Webinar 30Th April 2024 500 X 500
  • Understand what workflow is and how it is used within the public sector to get data where it needs to be, when it needs to be there
  • Learn about the features and capabilities of workflow technology and see how it can be used to join disparate systems to create seamless processes
  • See how workflow can be combined with other technologies such as RPA, apps, eForms and APIs to revolutionise processes through an end-to-end approach
  • Hear how no-code workflow creation is achievable without the need for specialist development resources, saving you time and increasing productivity
  • Watch a fully comprehensive workflow demo, showing you how to build your own workflow using a functional ‘drag and drop’ style storyboard builder
  • Look at pre-built workflow templates that are ready to use and customisable to your organisational needs
  • Learn about replicable case studies and projects from across the public sector

The 1-hour session will draw to a close with a Q&A section, giving you the perfect opportunity to ask the NDL experts any questions you might have about workflow.

Sound interesting? Register below to secure your place! Once you have registered a member of the NDL team will be in contact to confirm your place and provide you with details of how to access the webinar session.

Please note this is a closed event for public sector professionals only.