Among the many changes you’ll see in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 is the new Real-Time Workflows.
The new workflow functionality is essentially a platform enhancement – a change on the back-end of the system to how it processes information.
Real-time workflows are not queued, as was the case with the asynchronous workflows that were used in previous versions. Instead, they execute immediately on-demand or in response to a message being processed by the execution pipeline. Real-time workflows participate in the database transaction and perform similar functionality to plug-ins, yet they can be created by a non-developer through the web application workflow designer. Developers can still create real-time workflow through code.
See how business processes are handled in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 using Real-Time Workflows in this 15 minute demo:
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