IBM Insight 2014 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas is fast approaching. Although the name of the event has changed, you can expect to have the same great experience from an IBM conference for Big Data and Analytics. In fact, with over 13,000+ anticipated attendees, 700+ planned information sessions, and 300+ expected business partners, we are aiming to create the best, most informative, and invaluable IBM Insight to date.
I thought it would be refreshing to slow down for a moment and get some thoughts out about a few of the Case Manager customers who are sharing their experiences this year. As you read, think about what you are looking forward to at Insight 2014 and tweet me your thoughts. I would also be interested in hearing about what you liked (or didn’t like!) from last year’s IOD 2013 – after all, this business is about restlessly reinventing ourselves.
Here are three sessions that I’m looking forward to for Insight 2014:
Leveraging IBM Case Manager to Realize Strategic and Sustainable Growth in the Insurance Industry
How does a corporation provide products and services that targets increased levels of customer satisfaction, while growing its business in a highly competitive and mature market climate in Japan? In this session, learn how IBM Case Manager helps meet the needs of having an adaptable IT infrastructure in today’s digital age. With a dependable platform and flexibility needed to operate in an evolving regulatory framework and business environment, IBM Case Manager helped AIG Fuji Life Insurance Co., Ltd. (AFLI) make a smooth transition from their previous paper-based system to a digital operation, allowing AFLI to remain highly competitive by enhancing sales and maintaining profitability.
IBM Case Manager to Manage Criminal History
Have you ever thought about the logistics that go into criminal history background checks prior to potential employment? It seems like a long, complex task that requires adherence to legal compliance, rules, and guidelines. This may be especially true for a large employer such as the State of New York. How do they process these cases quickly and effectively, while simplifying the process? Visit this session to learn how State of New York enlisted IBM to help protect the children of the state of New York by using IBM Case Manager to manage the process of validating criminal history background checks, at daycares and state adoption centers.
Understanding How Case Management Transformed & Automated Global Accounts Payable Processing at the LDS Church
How do you manage over 15 million members globally, oversee nearly 30,000 congregations in 160 countries, and process more than 1 million invoices annually? Attended this session to learn how the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints leverages IBM Case Manager to provide flexible and extensible line of business solutions to help transform its global financial operations. In fact, this allowed LDS to be recognized by the Institute of Financial Operations as the recipient of the 2014 AP Innovation Award – which is award for organizations that cites business process improvement, increased efficiency, reduced complexity, and improved quality and visibility.
These are just three of the sessions that I look forward to at Insight 2014. These sessions, focused around IBM Case Manager, will really showcase ICM’s uses across industries and lines of businesses, worldwide. Not only are we going to have the opportunity to learn from industry experts from across IBM, business partners, as well as IBM clients sharing their experiences, we are also going to enjoy a keynote address by Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey. Let the countdown to IBM Insight 2014 begin! Let me know what you are hoping to learn or see at IBM Insight 2014.
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Mohammed Attar joined IBM in 2006 as part of the FileNet acquisition. Mohammed has over 15 years of experience in the ECM space, and is currently serving as the IBM Case Manager Business, Product and Strategy Leader. Mohammed has extensive experience both in product development and management. Mohammed started his career as a Software Engineer focused Performance & Systems Analysis. He later spent time serving as a Product Manager over the IBM ECM Platform. In 2008, Mohammed led his first development team, and since then has continued to serve in a leadership capacity in the business. Mohammed was one of the original development manager responsible for the design, development, and delivery of IBM Case Manager. Mohammed holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from California State University, Fullerton. You can follow him on Twitter @MAttarECM.