Broadening Your Thinking About Automation and RPA Project Selection

Process automation platforms and RPA systems are becoming more widely adopted and – when properly deployed – are helping drive significant operational effectiveness and efficiency, along with enabling digital business transformation and better customer experience.  How are you identifying, assessing and ranking your project opportunities?  Pain points and project lists of functional leaders are great starting points.  Could you do better with an enterprise or LOB wide approach?  Could you do better with specific analysis methods on the front end?  We think so.  You’ll be hearing more about automation and RPA project identification, assessment and prioritization methods from Travis Buhler, Senior Program Manager at USAA, and myself at BP3’s Driven conference in Austin next week.

The annual “Driven – Innovation in Digital Operations” event takes place 8/8-8/9, and you can sign up here with the iGrafx partner code to receive $250 off the registration price (code is iGrafx250).  In addition to what you’ll hear from Travis and me on how to prepare for automation, you’ll have the opportunity to network with BP3, Automation Anywhere, Pega, Camunda and Bizagi, and catch up on everything you need to know to discover, automate, measure, manage and transform your business.

I hope to see you next week!

Author
Aaron Bozeman
Date
August 3, 2018
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