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Re-imagining business automation: Convergence of decisions, workflow, AI/ML, RPA—vision and futures

Watch recording from June 20, 2019

Business process automation technology is rapidly emerging as a key to success in digital transformation projects. Automation is no longer just a set of business operations workflow items. A collaborative convergence of analytics, artificial intelligence or machine learning (AI/ML), robotic process automation (RPA), low-code development, etc. is changing the marketplace. Businesses are recognizing the value of this unified view in automating operations and decisions to improve the efficiency and agility of business operations—and thereby competitiveness and the bottom line.

Join us for this session, where we'll explore:

  • Exploiting data analytics to make well informed decisions.
  • Building intelligent, context-sensitive applications.


Live-event date: Thursday, June 20, 2019 | 12 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Phil Simpson

Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Phil Simpson is a Sr. Principal Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat, responsible for go-to-market strategy and positioning for Red Hat’s business rules and business process management (BPM) products. Phil has extensive experience with business rules and BPM, having held senior product management roles at an early business-rules pioneer and senior marketing roles at several leading enterprise technology companies. 

Prakasha Aradhya

Director of Product Management, Red Hat

Prakasha Aradhya, Director of Product Management at Red Hat, is responsible for running product management functions for Red Hat business automation products which include Red Hat Decision Manager and Red Hat Process Automation Manager.

Mark Proctor

chief architect, Red Hat

Mark Proctor is a Red Hat Chief Architect for the Red Hat automate platform and co-creator of the Drools project—the leading JavaTM open source rules system. In 2005, Mark joined JBoss as lead of the Drools project. In 2006, when Red Hat acquired JBoss, Mark’s role evolved into his current position which incorporates the Drools and jBPM projects.