Ensure Your Environment is Ready for an IBM BAW Upgrade with Free Assessment
Whether you looking for workflow, decisions, content, capture, or RPA solutions, meeting your business objectives is dependent on a number of factors.
Sort through the factors and determine your bottom line.
Upgrading to IBM BAW is a must now that BPM is no longer supported. Learn all the ugly truths you must prepare for before you upgrade.
The recent release of IBM BAW has a lot of IBM BPM users asking themselves “what does this mean for me?”
Watch our 20 minute on-demand webinar to learn about IBM Business Automation Workflow and how it affects existing IBM BPM environments.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced industries around the world to reshape how they do business. To understand the effects this pandemic is having on the banking and finance industry and determine how financial institutions can combat them, we sat down with our very own Bruce Switzer, Banking and Financial Services Principal, and Marty Gulewicz, Banking and Financial Engagement Manager, to talk about what they are seeing within the banking and financial landscape since COIVD came into play.
As the new IBM Business Automation Workflow has many great capabilities, a lot of IBM Case Manager clients are asking themselves what does this mean to my existing Case Manager environments, do we need to upgrade, what will happen? What is different?
Watch this 20 minute webinar to learn how IBM BAW affects existing Case Manager environments.
Did you know, 30% of banking clients abandon the onboarding process before completion? The majority of this is due to lack of communication throughout the onboarding process and the length of time it takes for your customer to start using the services they need.
Businesses have used Workplace XT for a long time to create process workflows, interact with content and define custom searches, so many have been hesitant to upgrade to Content Navigator due to the stress it could cause end-users. But we also have good news for you if you’re a FileNet customer still operating on Workplace XT: the conversion to IBM Content Navigator allows users to keep existing workflows and doesn’t require much customization.
Making sure your IBM Case Manager solution deployment goes smoothly has everything to do with guaranteeing that you accounted for all the variables. The last thing you want when you finally make the move to production is for your users to show up Monday morning to a system that behaves differently than the one you just certified in TEST.
Interested in the IBM Certification Process? Learn how to earn IBM certification from our complete step-by-step guide.
One of our two presentations at IBM Content 2017 was about best practices for extending IBM ECM with IBM Case Manager.
Siloed departments, budget limitations, lengthy approval processes and limited resource availability are common hurdles to overcome when implementing new technology. Our solution to this challenge was to create a reusable approach to case solution development.