This webcast will focus on Value-driven Robotic Process Automation as an approach to address the challenges and realize the identified opportunities when applying RPA.
Digitalization dramatically changes the way organizations operate. New digital tools are available almost every day; they enable the transformation of business processes to become more efficient, agile, meet compliance requirements, enhance customer experience or improve the general quality of deliverables. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is one of those digital enablers which has been applied, or at least discussed in many organizations, as a possible solution. However, many organizations struggle to realize the full potential of RPA. According to recent statistics, 30-50% of RPA initiatives fail completely.
Expect to come away with a greater understanding of:
- Definition and value of Robotic Process Automation
- How to focus RPA on the right processes
- Improve processes in the appropriate context using RPA
- How to sustain RPA benefits and results
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About the speaker
Dr. Kirchmer is an experienced practitioner and thought leader in the field of Digital Transformation and Business Process Management (BPM). He co-founded BPM-D, a consulting company focusing on digital process transformation, operational excellence and customer experience by leveraging the discipline of BPM. Before that, he was Managing Director and Global Lead of BPM at Accenture, and CEO of the Americas and Japan of IDS Scheer, known for its ARIS Process Software.
Dr. Kirchmer has led numerous transformation and process improvement initiatives and has worked with hundreds of clients in technology, financial, health, consumer goods and manufacturing industries. He has published 11 books and over 150 articles. He is affiliated faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and received a research and teaching fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.