At the core of IBM’s Automation strategy is the Cloud Pak for Business Automation, which offers enterprises a tightly-integrated set of capabilities – capture, content management, decisions, robotic process automation and workflow – augmented by a slew of cross-platform features, like process mining, process modeling, low design tools and Business Automation Insights for real-time process analysis and reporting.
The idea isn’t complicated: provide all the components needed to build robust Automation solutions all in one integrated product.
“That’s all well and good,” said many members of IBM’s user community. “Now show us how it works.”
Join us on Wednesday, August 18 at 1 PM ET for another episode of “Automation Reaction,” where IBM shows something new and then a member of the IBM Community reacts. On Wednesday, IBM’s Swapnil Agrawal, from the DBA SWAT team, will demonstrate a very common automation use case: new customer onboarding. Swapnil will show off the application, which combines content management, workflow, RPA and decisions, working in concert to power this process from end-to-end.
Then we will turn to Michael Custard, Content and Process leader for the State of Minnesota, who has decades of experience guiding teams as they build applications. He’s also the co-president of the Midwest User Group and has been one of the voices calling for IBM to prove the value of its automation strategy by showing how it works in one grand demonstration.
We cannot wait to hear what he has to say.
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