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FlowForma Announce Morning Seminar on Regulatory Compliance

DUBLIN, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

FlowForma, the leading provider of BPM tools for Microsoft Office 365® is pleased to announce its partnership with Microsoft Ireland in hosting a morning seminar on Meeting Regulatory Compliance, taking place on the 30th of March 2017 in Microsoft's Sandyford office in Dublin, Ireland.

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"We understand the pressure on organizations to meet regulatory compliance requirements, respond quickly to incident queries and report seamlessly, so we're pleased to invite Health & Safety, IT, Projects and Facilities Managers to attend our upcoming Incident Management and Risk Assessment Seminar to learn how to tackle these challenges, " said Neil Young, CEO, FlowForma.

At this event, Paul Callaghan, ICT Manager at St John of God will share how this Not-for-Profit body deployed FlowForma Workflow to automate their essential incident management process, while driving process efficiency and maximizing their existing Microsoft investments.

Attendees will hear how an approach towards no code workflow supports organizations such as charities, sporting bodies and care homes to drive productivity and transparency, mitigate risk and ensure compliance.

The FlowForma team will demonstrate how FlowForma's self-service BPM tool is the ideal tool for deploying processes to support compliancy such as incident management, complaints management, electronic vetting and risk assessment processes. Use cases will reveal the intuitiveness of this no code, logic only workflow tool and reveal how power users can build and publish processes to help meet regulatory compliance, with speed and flexibility, with little or no help from the IT department.

This is a free event but registration is compulsory. Secure your complementary place today to share your regulatory challenges, network with peers and get best practice advice from both FlowForma and Microsoft experts.

Seminar Details 

When:  Thursday, 30th March 2017 from 9.30am to 1.00pm

Where: Microsoft Atrium Building, Sandyford, Dublin 18, Ireland

Who:   Health & Safety, IT, Projects and Facilities Managers

This is a free event but registration is compulsory, secure your complementary place today.

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About FlowForma 

FlowForma, the leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) tools for Microsoft Office 365® has been revolutionizing the traditional BPM space with an innovative approach to developing award winning BPM products that empower users to get work done, smarter and faster, on the familiar SharePoint platform, without any coding.

FlowForma is a Microsoft Partner, with over 100 customers across Europe, South Africa and North America. The company is headquartered in Dublin with offices in London and Boston and is motivated by its values to innovate, evolve and achieve with employees, customers and partners.

For further information, visit http://www.flowforma.com

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