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Generation Digital’s popular WorkHack series is back for another series of online events. The 30 minute long sessions explore the latest features and workarounds from popular SaaS tools to improve productivity and streamline workflows and business processes. 

The September session introduces the intelligent automation platform Workato and dives into using APIs to join your favourite SaaS platforms together for better workflows.


During the first session, our guest will be Workato EMEA Sales leader Jonny Gaffney. We will also preview a “build” showing how a Salesforce Case can automatically create a new task in Asana and ping notifications into a dedicated Slack channel. This example is just one of the thousands of Workato multitouch use cases and is a step forward from the primitive integrations offered natively by SaaS providers. 

Thomas Jones, Head of Marketing and Delivery at Generation Digital, was keen to stress how critical automation is to modern workplaces. Thomas said, “We find ourselves at the brink of accessible workplace automation that no longer requires advanced API knowledge or IT resource.

“I can think of no better partner than Workato to help showcase it’s intuitive and powerful features and how quickly users can bring platforms together and start automating those time consuming processes.”

Thomas added that in the last two years, “almost all organisations have invested in SaaS platforms in one way or another” and that “remote and hybrid working provides a great opportunity for companies to invest in automation tools that help to link SaaS platforms together”.

The first session will be held at 3 pm (BST) on Thursday 16th September and is free to register at: https://www.gend.co/workhack-asana-workato.

You can access the previous WorkHack session and the Generation Digital on-demand webinar library: https://www.gend.co/webinars.


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