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44. DNUG-Konferenz / 44th DNUG conference
31. Mai und 01. Juni 2017 in Berlin / 31st of May and 1st of June 2017 in Berlin

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Thursday, June 1 • 09:00 - 09:45
Watson Work - How working in cognitive Workstreams will substantially change your Productivity

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While working in threaded E-Mails looks like a Dinosaur to Millennials, people incredibly fast adopt working in a conversational Mode of Workstreams. While many Solutions on the Market are not much more than a persistent Chat, IBM Watson Workspace is different: Open APIs allow to integrate literally any back-end System in a bi-directional and dynamic way. To prevent users from typical overflow situations, the integrated cognitive Watson Work Services automatically summaries the important Moments and extract open Questions, Decisions taken, etc. This way the very first time a whole Business Process can be performed end-to-end in one Conversation rather than having to jump manually from Tool to Tool - an incredible Performance Booster. Once you have experienced it, you will not miss it again.

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Rishi Vaish - Vice President Watson Work at IBM

IBM Corporation
Rishi Vaish is Vice President Watson Work at IBM and is located in San Francisco. | | He owns the responsibility for IBM Watson Work Services and IBM Watson Workspace, and leads the Product Strategy, Product Development and Cloud Operations for them. This includes all cognitive Solutions to directly support the Workplace. He is passionate about creating simple, usable Products to solve complex Problems such as working in complex Processes across Companies.As a technical Executive, he drives the usage of Open Source Technologies in Enterprise Collaboration Software Solutions and combines it with leading IBM Watson Technologies. | | | SOZIALE MEDIEN LinkedIn... Read More →


Thursday June 1, 2017 09:00 - 09:45
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