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IBM’s Digital Business Automation platform integrates best-of-breed workflow, capture, decision management and content management into a platform that enables you to build end-to-end applications to automate great swaths of your business. A single automation platform offers heightened operational intelligence achieved through real-time monitoring, process mining, machine learning and visualization across all the capabilities, which enables business operations to quickly identify and address problem areas and reposition workers to adapt and respond to changing conditions. This session will dig deep into this capability, known as IBM Business Automation Insight, with use cases and demonstrations of the low code dashboards that business operations professionals in any industry can use to build a more resilient, productive hybrid workforce.
Key topics include:
• Common monitoring obstacles created by siloed and disparate systems• How AI and Machine learning can provide actionable insight• How Business Operations professionals can use low code dashboards to build granular reports and screens• How process mining can keep organizations ahead of curve
Matthew Warta is a Principal Offering Manager for IBM Digital Business Automation, with more than 20 years of Business Process experience as an engineer, architect and software executive. He has an enviable reputation for balancing his technical proficiency with the creative thinking necessary to assure that technology delivers measurable business value. He is an engaging public speaker who can clearly explain the value of artificial intelligence and automation for an enterprise in transformation.
Max Smolaks is global editor at AI Business, the website chronicling the AI-powered revolution in enterprise computing. An experienced journalist and a professional computer nerd, he is excited about the way emerging technologies are reshaping our life and believes he has got the best job in the world.
Max has written for TechWeekEurope, DatacenterDynamics, The Register, and even got a byline in Vice once. Of course, the latter involved drugs and Russian hackers.