The ability to design and orchestrate both human and machine-driven processes is integral to maintaining a competitive edge today, regardless of industry.
Join us for this live, interactive presentation where you’ll hear how next generation applications and platforms are being developed using process automation and microservice orchestration solutions in conjunction with the work only people can do.
You’ll hear how Babylon Health and ING leverage Camunda’s process automation tools to streamline processes, reduce bottlenecks, and improve automation workflows for customer onboarding, customer service, risk management, regulatory and compliance, payment processing, and other core operations.
4:00pm CEST: Welcome & Introduction
4:05pm CEST: Automate Any Process, Anywhere
Patrick Wittenberg, Camunda
4:15pm CEST: Scaling Babylon’s Workflow Platform
Simone Casciaroli, Engineering Manager, Babylon Health
Davia Xiao, Software Engineer, Babylon Health
4:40pm CEST: Integration Journey: Camunda & Financial Operations in the Microservices-based Banking Environment
Rafet Cambaz, Devops & Platform Apps Teams Chapter Lead, ING Group
Ali Mehdi Erçetin, IT Product Owner, ING Group
5:05pm: Open Fireside Chat
Ask our Camunda team everything you want to know in this open Q&A session - from our product roadmap to in-depth technical questions about Camunda products.
5:20pm CEST: Break
5:30pm CEST: Racing Camunda Engine – Managing Human Workflows
Niall Deehan, Senior Developer Advocate, Camunda
Tobias Conz, Product Manager, Camunda
6:15pm CEST: Q&A Session
6:25pm CEST: Wrap up
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