My son and I went to a car show last weekend, held in the parking lot of a dying shopping mall. There were classic American cars, European rarities, hot rods and just plain weird concept cars. We picked up a couple hot dogs and walked one end to other. Every car was facing the promenade area with its hood up, so we could stop and chat with the owner and look at the engine. And somewhere along the way, it hit me, that is exactly what we are doing with the ”Automation Expose” series.
Our North American IBM Automation User Groups have gotten together to create an on-line series where an Automation practitioner, designer, architect or project manager lifts up the hood on a solution, which they have personally built, and we get to ask them all about it.
This month, on Thursday, June 16 at 11 AM ET (RSVP here), we are very lucky to feature Dan Heselbarth, VP of Digital Transformation for enChoice, who is joining to talk about an application that was at the forefront of Automation when it started and has continued to evolve, the Crime Victim Compensation System (CVCS), built for State of Texas.