This week, I had the opportunity to attend the TechBreakfast meetup in our Reston office, run by Ron Schmelzer. While there, I bumped into Nilesh Hegde, creator of WorkMan, a cloud-based Workflow creation tool. Nilesh originally created his WorkMan client using Silverlight, (you can find that version on his website: http://www.theworkman.net/), and has since ported the client over as a Windows Store app.
With a simple drag-and-drop interface that stores workflows in the cloud (signing up for an account is easy, and included as part of the client), this looks to be a useful tool for creating and sharing workflows among teams. Check it out.
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