LogicManager Release Webinar: Creating Incidents, Updates to Automation Rules and More!

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Date: Thursday, June 25th at 3 PM ET, 2 CT, 12 PT

LogicManager is excited to present the next phase of the new Horizon interface! During our release webinar, we will walk you through the new functionality, and what it enables now and in the future. We will also provide some tips and tricks as well as answer the most common questions we’ve been getting about Horizon. 

As a part of this latest release we are thrilled to show how you can create new incident types directly in Horizon! During this webinar we will show how you add a new incident from the Monitor tab of Plans before being brought directly into Configuration. From there, we will show how you can add in the “Details” of the incident type such as who manages it, who can report it, etc. We will then touch on the Profile Designer that we showed during last month’s webinar before showing you can now add visibility rules to streamline your form and prompt the user with the exact questions that are relevant to them. 

Next, we will focus on the enhancements that we made to Automation Rules in Horizon in order to finish their build out. Automation Rules are a way to automate your processes by defining actions that need to take place should certain criteria be met. In this webinar, we will dive into how you can trigger Profile tasks by Automation Rules. Additionally, we will touch on how automation rules triggered by assessment scores now use the new Horizon calculations for average and weighted risk score based on feedback from our customers. 

We hope to see you there!

Who should attend?

System administrators, especially those who are designing Incident types or are leveraging Automation Rules to streamline their processes, along with any LogicManager users interested in seeing the latest Horizon functionalities!

Presenters:

  • Brendan Colliton, VP Product Management
  • Dan Aliber, Associate Product Manager
  • Stephen Bull, Advisory Analyst

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