And yet, the latest edition of the SAP Workflow book (see http://www.sap-press.com/products/Practical-Workflow-for-SAP-%252d-2nd-Edition.html) is one of the top-selling books on SAP Press and been in the top 5 since it was released. The 2003 edition of the book never went out of print.
Additionally, the ASUG Workflow user group is one of the largest user groups in ASUG. The ASUG workflow webcasts have been well-attended and well-received.
However, SAP no longer offers a workflow certification. They haven’t enhanced the ABAP side of workflow – it is continues to be an old interface without the new snazzy ABAP 7.0 editor.
What are everyone else’s plans for SAP workflow? What do they think of the state of workflow? How many other companies, who are small and do not have an expanded portal footprint still use Workflow?