WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
Combining IBM Lotus Forms, Process Server & Portal
Stream:
Portal SIG (1)
Speakers:
Paul Collins
Abstract:
Looking for a quick, repeatable, auditable way to handle human tasks within automated processes? WebSphere Process Server process automation capabilities can be enhanced by using Lotus Forms to handle human tasks in a WebSphere Portal environment. Learn how Lotus Forms capabilities can be used to deliver secure, intuitive, wizard-driven human task interaction with automated processes via a WebSphere Portal user interface. Learn how WebSphere Process Server and Lotus Forms can interact and how to integrate form data into the business process. Also learn how Process Server business rules can drive forms and how IBM ECM platforms can be used to audit the user interaction. Open Logic include real world examples where Lotus Forms, WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Portal have improved efficiencies and reduced costs for medium and large customer organizations in various industries. They will demonstrate sample integrated Forms/Process Server/Portal applications and discuss future directions.\n<br><br>\nDue to popular demand, this session which is based on a real experiences drawn from a customer case study, repeats and extends the session presented in March. It will include updated content and will also provide additional content that could be included at that time due to time constraints.
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Bio:

Paul Collins:

<b>Technical Director, Open Logic<b><br>\nAfter working for IBM for 3 years as a object technology specialist, Paul Collins joined Open Logic as a solution architect. His work there has included responsibility for implementing portals and process automation solutions at a wide range of organisations in the UK and Europe, including Cardiff University and Reuters.

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