Robotic Process Automation (RPA) alignment with BPM.
December 6, 2017 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Quick Center - Room 108
Widener University - Main Campus
600 E. 14th Street
Chester, PA 19013
$20.00 per person
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Understanding how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) aligns with BPM.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a topic on the forefront of many business leaders’ minds as business needs and market demands change in our lightning-fast digital age. While RPA may be part of the solution to many of today’s business challenges, analysts like Forrester assess that there are aspects of RPA that companies are often not aware of as they go down an implementation path.
"RPA is showing progress as the precursor to tomorrow’s digital workforce…(it) works in a simple fashion today automating repetitive tasks but without insight into the end-to-end process or business goals. RPA will benefit from the advanced rules management and process control available within low-code and BPM platforms." - Craig LeClair, Forrester Research.
At this ABPMP meeting we will discuss:
-The Definition of RPA and its applicable use cases
-Guidance from analysts like Gartner and Forrester on RPA suitability in conjunction with the broader enterprise automation roadmap
-How to offset RPA pitfalls with tools like Business Process Management to ensure successful deployment and business value.
Isaac Blaise is an Appian Solutions Consultant specializing in Business Process Management and Robotic Process Automation.
As a Solutions Consultant, Isaac leads efforts to ensure the delivery of all technical resources throughout the solutions process, while proposing technical and creative business solutions to real problems. Each provided application is different, whether it’s a plethora of integrations, complex business rules management, or even providing an easy to use end user experience; so, it has been important for him to stay up to speed with new technologies. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is an emerging technology that he has had recent experience with seamlessly integrating into BPM to handle processes like exception flows, or reporting capabilities on the robots.
Isaac earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia - Terry College of Business.