BPM and RPA: 3 Things Software Vendors Won’t Tell You
On August 31, we hosted a live webinar about how BPM and RPA work together to maximize automation success.
Many automation vendors claim they can solve your business problems with robotic process automation (RPA) or business process management (BPM) systems. But most of these automation platforms are not built for your holistic needs.
There are many things an organization must take into consideration to select the right tools for their automation needs. The most critical decision criteria won’t be found by a Google search or in a report from a technology research leader.
In this webinar, enterprise automation experts will help you determine the best solution for your automation goals and level of maturity. They’ll also explain the benefits of combining complementary RPA and BPM software engines to help your organization save time and money while freeing employees to do more valuable work.
- The difference between BPM and RPA
- Primary challenges when selecting an automation platform
- Processes every company should automate
- Questions to ask automation vendors.
If you are a business or IT leader wanting to drive end-to-end business process optimization, maximize automation success and adoption, and determine the correct platform for your organization, then you won’t want to miss this webinar!
About the Speakers
Tracy Dixon is a UiPath MVP and partner lead for our Operational Excellence practice. Tracy has expertise in process automation, Office 365, AWS, DevOps and more. Tracy is a three times UiPath MVP, focusing on helping clients improve the employee experience through process improvements and automation. She loves spending time on the dance floor or in the water, especially with her husband and four children.
Nick Rahn is an Automation Architect for our Operational Excellence practice with expertise in BPM, RPA and process improvement. He has worked in automation for over six years, and is located in Ohio. Nick has been engaged in every step of the BPM and RPA journey from vendor selection and implementation to COE standup. When not working Nick enjoys spending time with his family on his Min-Farm or hiking to waterfalls.