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IBM Robotic Process Automation Dashboard

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We are pleased to announce the availability of the IBM Robotic Process Automation Dashboard course and the IBM Robotic Process Automation Dashboard badge.
In this course, you learn the main Dashboard concepts, its importance for business, and how to create it in the IBM Robotic Process Automation. A Dashboard presents essential information on a given subject, and that information is explored in full detail to achieve an objective that can be, for example, continuous improvement.
The course covers topics that include:
– Dashboard concepts
– Overview and features
– Item box
– Calculated field
– Projects and counters
– Workflow and Orchestrator with Dashboard
– Fixation exercises at the end of each module
– Assets and scripts featured in the video available for download
To enroll in this course, go to IBM Skills Gateway at IBM Eligible Business Partners should review the “How to Register” document at for registration instructions.

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