Demonstrating Brazos Support for IBM BPM Collaboration

  • March 14, 2014
  • Scott
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BrazosA key IBM BPM feature since 8.x has been its collaboration capability.  Essentially, you can invite someone to collaborate with you on your coach, and they can see what you’re typing as you type it, and vice versa.

It’s a great re-imagination of what “social” could mean in the context of BPM – assistance from an expert unknown distance away- and Brazos supports it beautifully.  We just wanted to share with a video to demonstrate the capability – one of the hidden gems of the IBM BPM platform.

(Also available on Vimeo here)

 

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