(Said with not even thinly veiled sarcasm.)
I imagine that might be what you are thinking right now. By the time, you've had a chance to look around, you're going to feel much more positive about what you find here and you want to come back and check in often.
I'm not a blog writer; it doesn't come naturally to me. However, this blog post is really important to me, and if we were talking in person, you would see and hear how excited I am about this Community and about HCL Integration Platform (HIP), in general. The challenge with a blog, of course, is to communicate that same excitement using just words and punctuation (any maybe some bold text here and there). So, here goes …
Welcome to the new HCL Integration Platform (HIP) Community! This is a new community managed by HCL to support the HCL Integration Platform (HIP) product and user family. In other posts, we'll talk about the HCL and IBM partnership around HCL Integration Platform (HIP) and what it means to you; make sure you look for that.
This community is our way to talk to YOU about the product that you are using to meet your critical business objectives of integrating your applications and transforming your business data. This is where we can talk to each other! Here's a quick tour of what you'll find here:
As the Product Manager of HCL Integration Platform (HIP) here at HCL, I'm super excited to welcome you to the Community. Take a few minutes to look around. Read a couple of blog posts. Post something in the Community. Send me a comment using the Contacts form. I want to hear from you… about your experiences with HCL Integration Platform (HIP), what you think about this Community, whatever!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you become a regular visitor and truly do think "Yay! It's the HCL Integration Platform (HIP) Community!"
Director, Product management
HCL Products And Platforms
Amy started working for TSI Software (the company that originally released Mercator, the product now known as IBM Transformation Extender) in 1994 and has been working in the Data and Process Integration space for over 25 years. After a 10 year sojourn into the Process Integration space, Amy joined HCL in May 2017 and is so excited to be back working on ITX as the Director of Product Management for Integration and Transformation in the HCL Products & Platforms Division. Amy lives with her family in southwest Florida.
HCL Integration Platform (HIP) is a trademark of IBM Corporation in at least one jurisdiction and is used under license.