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TIBCO Tech Talks: Bolster Your Digital Business with Cloud

Blog: The Tibco Blog

Companies transitioning from digital transformation strategy to implementation must continuously adapt with innovation to operate at the cutting edge. Whether you need to grow, transform, or even just survive, innovation is the key to getting and staying ahead.

TIBCO Tech Talks are short, 20-minute webinars designed to show you how to make innovation more predictable and repeatable so you can deliver fresh, compelling customer experiences and optimize your company’s operations using the latest technology trends.

In the first of many TIBCO Tech Talks, Nicolas Marzin and Vivek Gupta introduce TIBCO® Cloud Starters, a set of pre-built solutions in template form that customers can use and adapt to satisfy their toughest business problems and begin their digital transformation initiatives. The live demo will show how you can combine TIBCO Cloud™ capabilities together into apps, what use cases they address, and how customers can recompose them quickly and easily. This talk includes ways to engage your customer and partner ecosystem, leverage analytics to investigate your insights through cases and build applications faster.

When done right, digital transformation streamlines your operational processes, empowers employees to be more impactful, allows for continuous innovation with new digital products, and ultimately delivers compelling experiences that delight your customers. But to get started achieving these results, you need a well-defined cloud strategy and a toolkit to align with it.

Enter the TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud platform. With it, you can speed along your digital transformation and access all of the capabilities that make our customers successful, both on the integration and analytics side. On the analytics side, you are able to access data visualization, data management, and advanced analytics capabilities. On the integration side, you can access application and systems integration and API management, messaging and events processing, and low code apps and process management.

TIBCO Connected Intelligence Cloud capabilities are tailored for different personas, such as developers, business analysts, and business executives. This allows you to quickly build incremental, cloud-ready, differentiation applications for your end users to meet your various business requirements.

We created TIBCO Cloud™ Starters through our TIBCO LABS to allow organizations to create business solutions, fast. TIBCO Cloud™ Starters offer a custom user experience that is role-based, focused on a particular business use case. You are able to pick capabilities and create business solutions through patterns of multiple cloud services together. This creates a customizable user interface and configurable backend models.

In the webinar, Nicolas and Vivek will cover the Cloud Starters that are available today:

The TIBCO Connected Intelligence platform enables digital businesses to make information the DNA of your organization, own your destiny as a digital business and innovate intelligently.

To learn more about how you can bolster your digital business with cloud, register and watch the full 20-minute webinar.

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