Mid-Sized Companies Can Benefit from Lean Methodology
The growth potential for RPA is not surprising. Any technology that can reduce costs by 25-40% (and more in some cases), increase quality, speed up cycle time, improve employee engagement, and pay for itself can only be described as transformational.
According to Gartner estimates, by the end of 2022, 85% of large and very large organizations will have deployed some form of RPA. The risk to mid-sized companies is plain: these large companies will be better positioned to erode your margins and attract away both your customers and employees. Many mid-sized companies are concerned that they lack the resources and operational scale to take advantage of automation technology, but the opportunity is both more affordable and more approachable than you might think.
In this webcast, you'll learn how to overcome these challenges by adopting a lean implementation methodology that delivers value both quickly and cost-effectively.
Key takeaways include how to:
- Quickly identify high-potential areas for automation
- Build a lightweight business case
- Drive incremental results while remaining focused on optimizing critical end-to-end processes
- Develop a virtuous cycle of improvement and learning
- Create a Center of Excellence to ensure maintainability of the automation program and adherence to standards
You'll leave this webcast with a standardized, repeatable cookbook for your RPA initiatives.
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About the speakers
Andrew Woessner is the CEO and Founder of R-Path Automation, a consulting company specializing in helping mid-sized companies successfully implement Intelligent Automation programs.
R-Path Automation was developed as a key functional area of Telogical Systems LLC (R-Path's parent company), enabling it to adapt to shifting market forces. The experience of implementing automation to generate the triple benefit of lower costs, higher employee engagement, and higher customer satisfaction prompted Andrew to launch R-Path Automation in 2018 to help other mid-sized organizations take advantage of rapidly-evolving automation technologies.
Jean-Patrick Ascenci manages the Consulting Alliances Ecosystem in the Americas region for Signavio. In his role, he develops integrated solutions and frameworks that leverage the disciplines of BPM, RPA, Process Mining and Enterprise Architecture. He is responsible for creating the organization's ability to deliver rapid, tangible and durable business value for clients. Over the past 15 years, he has led dozens of global Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture initiatives.