Enterprises have struggled with workload automation (WLA) implementation because of its complexities, dependencies, and costs. These obstacles existed primarily because WLA was simply not a mature technology. However, today WLA solutions are widely accessible and achievable. Read this paper to learn about the latest innovations.
In this e-book, readers can learn about the history of batch processing and the various batch technologies that exist today. Learn what batch processes are available in Oracle environments such as E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft, and find out when batch is appropriate for managing business processes, and when a more manual approach might be best.
Accounts payable (AP) automation has undeniable benefits but can be difficult in complex ERP environments. Read this white paper to explore the advantages of an automation approach that runs AP workflow outside ERP systems.
In this e-guide, readers interested in implementing event-driven processing and business process management (BPM) will learn tips for proving ROI with BPM, best practices for implementing event processing, and process-oriented strategies to gain greater value from a BPM suite.
Aviva Health found itself hampered by an ageing and inflexible IT environment and a complex set of highly manual processes. In partnership with IBM, Aviva UK Health designed and built an agile, dynamic solution which is now being rolled out to other areas of the business. Access this case study now for a detailed look at this transition.
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