Automic Innovate 2013 First Look

Oct 31, 2013, 13:24 ET from Automic

BELLEVUE, Wash., Oct. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Automic, the world's most proven and comprehensive platform in business automation, today announced the exclusive themes and organizations presenting at its bi-annual U.S. Innovate User Conference on November 3-6, 2013 in Savannah, Georgia.  Jason Liu, Automic CEO will deliver the welcoming keynote addressing the fundamental challenges facing businesses seeking to gain greater control of mission critical applications while attendees receive a first look at Automic's product roadmap and in-depth introduction to Automic's ONE Automation 2013 platform.


The four day event will kick off with additional keynotes from Automic executives, CSO Paul Forte and CMO Craig Beddis along with dedicated workshops exploring best practices for achieving tangible results and driving sustainable revenue and productivity strategies. Solutions Architects and Engineers will conduct in-depth trainings to showcase ONE Automation's versatility. Attendees will also receive a full hands-on introduction of Automic's Application Release Automation (ARA). Wesley Pullen, Vice President of Emerging Solutions will explore ARA's impact on IT and offer best practices and guidance on how to effectively implement ARA to improve updating, deploying and maintaining software applications.

More than 10 global companies will present their successful strategies and experiences with running end to end business processes across various solutions that boost performance and customer engagement. Participants will be able to attend any of the customer-led sessions and interact with Automic's ecosystem of technology strategists and business automation practitioners. Among the companies scheduled to present are: AMC Theatres, Fender, C Wonder, EBSCO Publishing,,, TASC, College of St. Benedict, Academy Sports, KBR, Inmar and John Deere. Conference attendees will hear executives from these top global brands speak on a variety of Business Applications and IT Operations-focused topics, such as:

  • Business Applications and IT Operations best practices panel sessions with leaders from AMC Theatres, EBSCO Publishing, and TASC.
  • Customer case studies from Inmar, and College of St. Benedict.
  • Presentations on leveraging critical BI systems in the cloud by Fender and TASC.
  • Best Practices on predictive analytics solution to capitalize on the power of social media with AMC Theatres.
  • Industry-specific topics, such as KBR's presentation on utilizing automation to handle both SAP and Oracle EBS processing and C Wonder's retail success story from rapid automation solution and templates – saving thousands of dollars in project expenses.

"Innovate's aim is to deliver value-driven interactions and collaborations across Automic's customers, partners, IT and applications experts and thought leaders," said Jason Liu, CEO. "Attendees will learn about real-life customer relationship management challenges and take home valuable, hands-on tips and tricks to better leverage ONE Automation and Application Release Automation (ARA) and deepen existing investments found only in exclusive Automic trainings. The caliber of speakers and in-depth workshops will equip participants to walk away with a concrete strategy for strengthening business processes that they can put into immediate action and demonstrate their IT prowess."

Registration information and agenda for Innovate 2013 are now available.

About Automic
Automic is the most comprehensive platform for automating businesses globally. We help over 2,500 companies - from start-ups to global brands - grow their business by taking away the stress of the everyday so they can focus on innovating. We do this through automating every aspect of their business to eliminate errors, ensure compliance, reduce costs and maintain services while providing a full dashboard for business leaders. Founded in 1985, in Austria, Automic is owned by EQT, the leading private equity group in Northern Europe following the acquisition from The Carlyle Group in 2012 for $270

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