Robotic process automation seems to be all the craze these days with its ease of deployment and accelerated ROI. But getting started may become a bit overwhelming if you’re new to RPA.
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?
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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.
As a huge disruptor to the financial industry, traditional banks will need to join the blockchain movement to keep up with emerging digital competitors. Read on to see 4 of the major ways banks today are using blockchain to streamline processes.
Like any implementation, document capture needs a lot of prep work to deliver the desired results. Some of the most important steps in capture happen even before the technology gets involved: it’s preparing your documents in a way that will give your cognitive capture application the best chance to succeed.
Content services represents a new way of thinking about how content and data should be managed in a business environment. In the past with “ECM,” the importance of managing content was mostly placed on how it would be stored and organized. Content services prioritize insights that can be extracted and analyzed from the content.
IBM’s Business Automation Workflow (BAW) is a combination of IBM Case Manager (ICM) and IBM Business Process Manager (BPM). This means that IBM has brought case management and BPM features into a single tool: BAW. Read on to see what you need to know to begin taking advantage of BAW’s new features.
Before you jump right in to an Automation Anywhere RPA solution, it’s important to understand that Automation Anywhere’s bots have very different capabilities and are not “one-size-fits-all.” It’s important to understand your business needs and current environment to find your perfect ‘bot’ match.