Business Central’s automation features are one of its key selling factors. You and your team can easily use its in-built approval process workflow capabilities to automate complex and time-consuming business processes in addition to its ability to seamlessly link to
How Does an Approval Process Workflow Work?
Benefits of implementing Business Central’s approval process workflow
There are many benefits to utilizing business process automation in Business Central, such as approval process workflows, in Business Central. Here are some of these benefits:
- Greater productivity
- Better client service
- Improved compliance
- Reduced costs
How to set up a Business Central approval process workflow
There are multiple steps involved in setting up a new approval process workflow in Business Central.
Configure the workflow users
Before creating a workflow, you must configure the users who will be a part of it. Whereas, you can set up the user and specify the user’s number in a process sequence on the Workflow User Group page.
Setup the workflow approval users
At this point, you must configure the workflow users who will participate in the approval procedure. You can designate a backup approver to whom approval requests are forwarded in the absence of the primary approver on the Approval User Setup page, as well as quantity limits for particular types of requests.
Configure workflow notifications
After creating the approval users, you must specify how and when they will get to know you. On the Notification Set up page, this is possible.
Create the workflow
After setting up each user and configuring the notification preferences, you are prepared to build the workflow itself. On the Workflow page, workflows are constructed by outlining the necessary steps involved in the workflow. Also, workflows can be created by copying the steps from existing workflows that are using the workflow templates that are present in the generic version of Business Central. For a step-by-step demo on creating a new workflow,