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Automation Decision Services (ADS) - including ADS, Operational Decision Manager
Robotic Process Automation
Robotic Process Automation with Automation Anywhere
IBM Blueworks Live
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BAW (BPM) Process Portal Menu Items show/hide configuration
The enterprise customers require to release a simplified interface to their end users using the BPM Process Portal, removing the unnecessary menu items such as the Process Dashboard, Team Dashboard etc.. Actually this is only possible by taking the portal code and modifying it, but this way introduces a complexity in the system's supportability, because each time a SW fix or upgrade will be requested (i.e. for a software defect correction), the customer should re-apply the customization and may be additional changes to the new portal version code. The request is to implement a mechanism, either through an administration function or configuration file, to be able to switch off/on the menu items as required. This change will be beneficial for many customers worldwide
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