IT has shifted from serving internal needs, like efficiency and cost control, to engaging with external customers and creating new business opportunities. That’s why Red Hat believes the traditional business automation model needs to evolve.
Developing applications in a silo can be slow and the focus of IT has shifted from serving internal needs, like efficiency and cost control, to engaging with external customers and creating new business opportunities.
BBVA updated its IT systems with Red Hat to support digital transactions, ultimately delivering faster, better financial services for customers.
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Northwell Health is one of the first healthcare providers to adopt the Object Management Group (OMG) standard decision model and notation (DMN) for implementation of clinical decision support.
Massive changes in healthcare delivery, regulation, and payment make access to data, connectivity and integration more important than ever. Collaboration can be among patients and doctors, among hospital staff, and among hospitals and other healthcare organizations—including insurance companies.