This year’s Blue Prism World looks beyond traditional models of RPA to understand how disruptive technologies and connected-RPA are creating organizational and cultural shifts within enterprises.
Pop by the Signavio booth and learn how why putting Process at the forefront of your RPA implementation can really save the day.
Head over to the Signavio booth (#S8) to have your picture drawn live! Combining her skills with the latest technology, Luisa from Wicked Caricatures will digitally create your cartoon likeness, free for you to take home.
Just like your portrait, a clear, detailed, and easily understood process framework is a work of art. But when it comes to successful RPA implementation, it can often feel as if you’re starting with a blank canvas. Get in touch with Signavio, and draw on our expertise to help you sketch out your process plan.
The Signavio Business Transformation Suite can help you understand, optimize, and automate your business processes, before you decide where and how your business can most effectively implement an RPA solution.
What Blue Prism say about their Partners:
Our partners are vital in us being able to evolve and move forward. Our ecosystem, by working collaboratively to improve and push forward, allows all of us to extend beyond our capabilities and create solutions that, not only provide the foundation of digital transformations but enable all of us to re-invent business models, to bring value and give us the freedom to embrace and adapt to change effectively.
Our sponsors are dedicated to delivering the best possible tools, skills and expertise, raising the cross-industry benchmark for quality. There’s no better place to see this added value in action than at Blue Prism World.
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Are you ready to take your business to the digital frontier? Who better to inspire you than one of the first digital entrepreneurs of our time, Martha Lane Fox. In 1998, before the .com boom, Martha co-founded Europe’s largest travel and leisure website, lastminute.com with Brent Hoberman. They took it public in 2000 and sold it in 2005.
In addition to spending 20 years as a champion for new and exciting digital technology, Martha is founder and executive chair of Doteveryone.org.uk, a charity fighting for a fairer internet and building a movement for responsible technology. Martha became a crossbench peer in the UK House of Lords in March 2013 and the same year was awarded a CBE. Martha is a Chancellor of the Open University, a director of Twitter and a non-executive director of Chanel, the Donmar Warehouse and the Queens Commonwealth Trust.
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