BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 4
By Leman Zeynalova – Trend:
Subsidiary of Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR in Turkey has started using the IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation, SOCAR Turkey told Trend.
“At the beginning of March SOCAR Turkey announced its plans to work with IBM to transform its operations using IBM hybrid cloud technology. By using the IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation solution, we aim to create a digital business with accelerated and simplified internal processes and achieve greater agility and flexibility for operations across our companies,” said the company.
SOCAR Turkey said that with the help of IBM, the company will design, build and operate automation services in various document management and workflow systems distributed across the headquarters and subsidiaries. “These services cover SOCAR Turkey and its subsidiaries, including leading companies in their spheres such as Petkim, STAR Refinery, SOCAR Storage (SOCAR Depolama), SCR, SOCAR Fiber, Bursagaz, Kayserigaz, Enervis, Petkim WPP.”
Offering an open, modular, integrated platform with built-in artificial intelligence technology, IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation will enable SOCAR Turkey to capture structured and unstructured documents, search and access enterprise-wide corporate documents, manage the lifecycle of documents, and streamline SOCAR Turkey's internal processes by expanding its document management and capture capabilities, said the company.
“The collaboration with IBM is an important step for the centralization of digital archive management and corporate memory and our digitalization process. One of the most notable challenges we faced in our business during the COVID-19 pandemic was managing the viewing of important and confidential documents. By integrating the IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation solution into our own system we have created an agile, flexible and reliable workflow. Through technology, we focus on ensuring that every relevant employee in our group companies has seamless access to the hybrid cloud platform. Our work on the project has been completed. We started to use processes actively,” said SOCAR Turkey.
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