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Recipe: Use Of Invariable Constants in IBM BPM

The recipe focuses mainly on defining and use of the invariable constants within the solution created in IBM Business Process Management in: 1)Process and Services 2)Coach views 3)Client Side Human Service(CSHS) Contents Ingredients Step-by-step: Description Step-by-step:...


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What's New in Business Automation? Find out September 22

The Midwest User Group is proud to invite everyone to attend their annual User Group Meeting, where a huge line-up of experts and technologists will share everything that's new and what you need to know as a user of IBM Business Automation software. Here's the Agenda: Morning session: ...


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The Need for Speed and Low Code - Business Automation Studio and Automation Services

In my last blog on the topic of Low Code, I discussed, in my opinion, the motivation behind Low Code is not just about making it easy to build applications, but more about the need for speed to react to new business requirements in days or weeks rather than months. In this blog, I want to...

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Connecting an ADS project to a GitHub repository

Connecting an ADS project to a GitHub repository This note explains in details how to connect an ADS project to a GitHub repository. You have created a project using Decision Designer and you want to synchronize its content with a GitHub repository. The first step is to create this GitHub...


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What Does Modernization Mean for Automation? On September 22, Business Automation User Group Day Focuses on Keeping Pace

More than 65 years ago, Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, noticed that computing was dramatically increasing in power, and decreasing in relative cost, at an exponential pace. The insight, known as Moore's Law, has essentially held true, driving increasingly faster change for technology users...


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IBM Process Mining - Virtual Technical Workshop for IBM BPs in EMEA, September 22

You are cordially invited to join this free-of-charge 1-day technical workshop on IBM Process Mining , a recently added capability of IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation driven by the myInvenio acquisition. Process and task mining are the key to unlocking the value of hyper-automation by...


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Step-by-Step Guide: Quickstart to Deploying Content Services in Cloud Pak for Business Automation

This is a step-by-step guide to help you easily and quickly deploy Content Services in Cloud Pak for Business Automation. It doesn’t require a whole lot of prerequisites steps like databases and LDAP preparations. This is a great way to get started and explore Content Services capabilities and...

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Cloud Pak for Business Automation as a Service: new capabilities now available

The latest release of IBM Cloud Pak® for Business Automation as a Service is now available! It delivers key new capabilities as part of a robust, feature-rich solution for business automation needs within an organization as a cloud service on the IBM Cloud®. In the current competitive...

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Quickstart to Deploying Content Services in Cloud Pak for Business Automation

Do you want to quickly and easily explore Content Services capabilities within Cloud Pak for Business Automation? You can quickly deploy Content Services with minimal prerequisites and infrastructure dependencies like databases and enterprise LDAP by using the "Demo" deployment option. In...

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The Community Speaks: Prove The Value of An Automation Platform on August 18

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...

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