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The File Transfer component is quite valuable. The integration with products such as Informatica and SAP are very valuable to us as well. Rather than having to build our own interface into those products, we can use the ones that come out of the box. The integration with databases is valuable as well. We use database jobs quite a bit.
Easy to use and easy to integrate into the products and applications we provide for our customers.
The flexibility is great.
The initial setup is pretty straightforward.
The solution is operating well overall.
IBM BPM is stable.
It has an elaborated way to explore the IBM BPM processes.
The initial setup is super simple.
I like the business process management engine. It's very detailed, and you can probably map any of the corporate workflow processes you come across in it compared to some of the other solutions out there. I can probably say that it has very good support to work in tandem with other RP solutions in the market. The software is still very user-friendly and integral, and they have pretty good online resources. The automation feature is pretty good, so is the integration feature.
ActiveBatch can automate predictable, repeatable processes very well. There is no real trick to what ActiveBatch does. ActiveBatch does exactly what you would expect a scheduling piece of software to do. It does it in a timely manner and does it with very little outside interference and fanfare. It runs when it is supposed to, and I don't have to jump through a bunch of hoops to double check it.
The solution's most valuable features are the regular periodic and quarterly updates, they are very useful updates. They keep improving the solution more often, and that helps the platform or code always be up to date with the latest features.
One of the most valuable features is you can create without coding, it is a low code platform.
Flexible and drag-and-drop type of UI is very valuable. The integrations are also very good. You can build workflows very quickly, which is my favorite activity. By using the GUI, you can build the entire mechanism, notifications, and all this kind of stuff.
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Hi peers, We're considering to offer developers free creation of automation pipelines. The idea is to get workflow requirements from a customer and build the workflow according to these requirements so what is left for them is to integrate them into their own resources and to execute. Do you see a high demand for anything like that? Please let us know your use cases. Thanks