U-LINC Workflow and Alerts

Comprehensive workflow and alert capabilities to Microsoft Dynamics®, allowing you to automate your business processes – from simple to complex – and create real-time alerts

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“Our business had been struggling with communication and system for years. There were no ‘out-of-the-box’ software solutions to handle the needs of a custom shop like ours. Then we saw the demo for U-LINC® by Integrity Data and I knew that we had found the missing link in communications for our business. I can’t think of any other software that could do the job this effectively, with the robust flexibility that U-LINC offers.” – Steve Gillson

Kingland Systems

“I would describe the experience as awesome. Implementation went really well – between McGladrey and Integrity Data, it all went very well. Being an intermediate SQL user, I thought it was a really good blend of training to use the tool and support when the setup was beyond my abilities. When needed, Integrity Data was extremely responsive, getting back to me in an hour or two to help me get a solution in place. Once U-LINC is set up and going, it just works. There is no experience of hiccups.” – Aaron Bender

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U-LINC Fact Sheet

U-LINC Fact Sheet

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Blade Tech Case Study

U-LINC User Guide

U-LINC User Guide

Knowledge Base

Wikipedia: A workflow consists of a sequence of connected steps. Emphasis is on the flow paradigm, where each step follows the precedent without delay or gap and ends just before the subsequent step may begin. This concept is related to non-overlapping tasks of single resources. It is a depiction of a sequence of operations, declared as work of a person, a group of persons, an organization of staff, or one or more simple or complex mechanisms.

wiseGEEk.com (edited): Workflow software automates a process or processes. It provides a way for your computer/software to achieve its highest potential — to do work for you so you can get on with other important tasks. It can help save you time by automating routines and subroutines that you would otherwise spend time on. Workflow software can be configured to process data in such a way that it runs in the background, allowing you to concentrate on other important tasks.

In the case of U-LINC, the automation of workflow processes is handled by the SharePoint Workflow engine and is comprised of “steps” and “actions”. You can group your workflow actions within a series of steps. These steps can mirror your current manual business processes. The actions can then mirror some of the work that needs to occur to complete a particular business process.

Yes, absolutely. U-LINC allows users to create notifications and workflows for information that is stored in Microsoft SQL Server. As such, any application which stores data in Microsoft SQL Server, not just Dynamics products, can benefit from U-LINC. 

Installing and configuring U-LINC takes about 15-20 minutes. The effort to then set up a notification or workflow depends on the user’s understanding and experience with SharePoint Workflow. Any time spent on this is easily overcome by the time that will be saved by avoiding manual workflow processes in the future and the dollars saved by ensuring compliance every time. We typically create simple workflows in 30 minutes, and have an ever-expanding template library available for templates that have been created by other users. If a template already exists, that may decrease the amount of time it takes to set up a workflow. A more complicated workflow might take longer to set up. For example, a workflow on an SOP transaction that routes a quote or order to two people for approval and once approved, releases the order to the next stage of order processing, might take 2-3 hours to set up. Most of the time required to setup a certain workflow involves documenting the actual process in a way that can be implemented by U-LINC. This documentation process includes identifying the target SQL table that we want to “listen” to in terms of activity and identifying where the additional information is that we want to include in an email or use for workflow routing. The actual “setup” time is a relatively small part of that overall process.

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