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Build your own BPM application

Have you ever built a working application that automates a business process? Now's your chance to try it hands-on. In this workshop, we’ll take you through the steps required to build a simple application based on a real-world use case: automating the handling of credit card disputes.

We’ll use Red Hat® Process Automation Manager, a leading business process management (BPM) platform. Bring your laptop (no software installation required), and you’ll see how to get started with process modeling, decision modeling, and deploying your finished application to the cloud.

We’ll cover:

• How to create models of business processes and decisions using standard notations such as BPMN.
• How to convert models into fully working applications with Red Hat Process Automation Manager.

Featuring:
Myriam Fentanes, Principal technical marketing manager, Business Automation, Red Hat
Phil Simpson, Senior principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
Recorded Jan 8 2020 58 mins
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