Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has been on a tear over the past two years, gaining interest and A LOT of funding. Two leading RPA platforms, UiPath and Automation Anywhere, attracted almost $1billion alone from investors last year. That’s a great sign for the amount of research and development, growth, and technological advancements in these platforms. Couple that with the ease of use and speed to market RPA platforms promise to bring to the table for process automation and acceleration; it’s understandable that organizations across all industries want a taste of what Robotics can do for them. Too good to be true? Jet fuel accelerant for Digital Transformation Unlike traditional process… Read MoreContinue Reading
Why is Digital Transformation so slow?
New systems arrive quickly, old system remain for a long time. Digital Transformation is not a project, it is a cultural shift.Continue Reading
BPM – Back to Basics
While BPM vendors continue to re-invent themselves and their product offerings to chase the next c-suite focus; I’m encouraged to read customer stories that find value in process discovery and the innovative opportunities born from that endeavor. In a recent post by Scott Francis over on the BP3 Blog he closes with: What’s different is that in this context, BPM isn’t the WHAT – it’s the how. These clients aren’t “building a BPM system” – they’re transforming their client experience, building solutions – they’re pursuing outcomes. And BPM software is a great fit for mapping out and executing against those newly defined outcomes. Back to Basics – Building Solutions This… Read MoreContinue Reading