Webinar 1 - BPM or RPA: What is the correct choice for digital transformation?

Many consider RPA as the ‘new kid on the block’ when compared with the better known BPM systems. The reality is, businesses have been usilising RPA for many years to help drive business automation and efficiency.

According to a recent report from Deloitte, as many as a third of global enterprises are actively using bots within their IT and finance and accounting processes, with about a quarter adopting RPA within procurement and HR processes.

It is clear that major organisations are starting to integrate RPA solutions into their IT ecosystems and those that haven’t are seriously considering the option, as the number of RPA users is doubling every 6 months.

In this rapidly developing climate,  which platform will help your organisation meet their digital transformation goals? Join Andrew Murphy on May 10, where he will review the core competencies of modern BPM and RPA. Considering whether you should be using neither or both.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Core competencies of Modern BPM
  • Core competencies of RPA
  • Identifying the key stages of the digital transformation journey 
  • Where BPM and RPA applies to these stages to help you achieve your short term and long term transformation goals


Speaker - Andrew Murphy

Andrew works closely with both customers and partners to produce innovative process based solutions. He has several years of relevant field experience in the design and development of mainstream software. Andrew has a background in K2 consulting and advising on the implementation of medium to large-scale solutions across market sectors.

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Other Webinars in the Series

We are running a two part webinar series looking at how organizations exploit digital developments in a way that augments or expands their business models and enables digital transformation.

The Role of BPM and RPA in Financial Services

The financial services industry is undergoing huge digital transformation, whether you look at retail banking, insurance or wealth management the need to automate, be more efficient and offer better products faster is essential if organisations want to remain relevant. These changes are largely being driven by increased competition as well as and the ever changing regulatory landscape. 

Join Andrew Murphy on June 8, as he looks at how BPM and RPA are being applied in financial organisations today, in an effort to drive immediate efficiencies as well as medium to long-term strategic transformation goals.

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Digital Transformation Webinar Series

There is little doubt that digital tools and technologies are profoundly affecting the way business is being conducted today. They have already disrupted many industries and are threatening to disrupt others.
Executives in all industries are using digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media, and smart embedded devices, as well as improving their use of technologies, to change customer relationships, internal processes, and value propositions.
We ran a series of webinars looking at how organizations exploit these digital developments in a way that augments or expands their business models and enables digital transformation; where organizations apply digital technologies and the resulting data to optimize key business processes, uncover new monetization opportunities and create a more compelling customer experience.

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