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Accelerate Innovation Through Automation Using Flow Designer

Webinar

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Sponsored by everbridge


Thursday, December 9, 2021
12 p.m. ET

In today’s increasingly digital world, an enterprise’s ability to reliably deliver products at scale is the defining factor in customer acquisition and retention. Therefore, it’s imperative that digital transformation drives enterprise operational resiliency to deliver an exceptional customer experience.

At xMatters, an Everbridge Company, that means taking the heavy lifting out of resolving issues to ensure constant digital service uptime. This is where automation can benefit all roles and levels within an enterprise, giving you the flexibility required to address different teams, processes and toolsets. That’s why we’ve created Flow Designer, our code-free workflow builder to help DevOps, SRE and operations teams automate incident resolution and achieve continuous digital service reliability.

In this workshop, we will walk you through how xMatters’ Flow Designer helps you:

  • Build a better customer experience through automation
  • Drive revenue with rapid deployment of digital services
  • More effectively protect and react to service disruptions
  • Modernize IT service delivery with agilityWithout defined processes to manage issues, any failure – no matter how minor or how anticipated – can increase costs, affect customers and reduce the ability of teams to innovate.

Without defined processes to manage issues, any failure – no matter how minor or how anticipated – can increase costs, affect customers and reduce the ability of teams to innovate.

Prashant Darisi
VP, Global Solutions, Product Management - Everbridge
Prashant is a technology leader with proven management experience in strategic planning, roadmap execution, high-performance teams, and best-practice methodologies. Prior to his role as VP of CEM Business Solutions, he was Vice President of Product Management responsible for IT Alerting, IoT, Visual Command Center products, and Risk Intelligence products; that includes Everbridge solutions helping the United States Army Intelligence monitor risks around the world. Prashant has extensive experience in leading large engineering and product management teams and also has 2 patents in his name.
Stephen Walters
Solution Architect - Everbridge
Stephen works as a Solution Architect for xMatters, an Everbridge Company, providing a Service Reliability Platform for integrating and orchestrating better, faster Incident & Defect Management for Critical Event Management in enterprise scale corporations. He has extensive expertise with Business and IT Strategy alignment, design and implementation of Software Development Lifecycle Frameworks, including CMMI, ITIL, TOGAF, SCRUM, SAFe & DevOps.

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