Marlene Jung, Senior Product Manager, LeanIX | Simon Uerdingen, Tech Consultant, LeanIX | Thomas Schreiner, CEO of Aronis
Discover how automations can propel your LeanIX Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) to new heights. They enable you to scale LeanIX by diminishing manual tasks while enhancing data consistency. When you're faced with the decision of which automation approach to take, the multitude of available technologies can be overwhelming. Fortunately, LeanIX EAM offers three distinctive pathways to Automations.
The first is the user-friendly easily configurable LeanIX built-in Automations, a no-code feature to set up Automation flows and actions based on Fact Sheet events. In addition, with easy code-based Automations with a plethora of best-practice automations out-of-the-box, there's the "LeanIX Automation Platform," a partner product that empowers your automation journey. Furthermore, LeanIX and its partners are equipped to implement custom automations, from calculating fact sheet fields and relations to seamlessly transmitting data to other systems and delivering personalized notifications.
Join our three speakers who present and compare three different automation techniques:
Marlene Jung, Senior Product Manager at LeanIX, as she delves into the built-in Automations feature.
Simon Uerdingen, Technical Consultant at LeanIX, will showcase custom-developed automations by LeanIX Professional Services.
Lastly, Thomas Schreiner, Founder of LeanIX partner company Aronis, will introduce the LeanIX Automation Platform.
This presentation will equip you with the overview of the potential to automate LeanIX, the knowledge to reduce manual data upkeep, maintain data quality across Fact Sheets, and guide you in selecting the optimal automation approach for your specific needs. This webinar is suitable for individuals at all levels of LeanIX expertise.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your LeanIX experience through Automations! Join us for a comprehensive exploration of LeanIX's automation capabilities