Learn how to use intelligent insights to drive automation success
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is increasingly finding its way into the daily operations of many companies. Whether it concerns repetitive, labor-intensive and/or error-prone activities, software robots are working together with employees to give them more time to focus on the important things. At the same time, most companies struggle to scale: only four percent reach a 50-robot scale in their automation projects. And how do you know you are automating the right things in the first place? This requires proper visibility, both before and after automation.
Not surprisingly, when it comes to visibility, RPA and process mining are a match made in heaven. Process mining is a diagnostic capability that enables discovery of real-life processes – as they have been executed – based on transactional data. This provides the type of visibility needed to first prioritize and then select candidates for RPA. After implementation, process mining can track your improvements and validate the effectiveness. This accommodates a closed loop that unifies design, execution and governance which we like to call: Process-driven RPA.
If you are dealing with these topics in your line of work and are struggling with some of the challenges mentioned, you are kindly invited to join Software AG’s virtual Innovation Seminar on Tuesday 21st April 2020, 10:00-12:00.
In this seminar, you will learn:
- How to use insights from process mining to identify and prioritize the right automation opportunities.
- How to apply intelligent task mining to auto-discover the actual task sequence on a click level.
- How to design your automation solution based on the actual behavior.
- How to derive and construct a working robot with only one click.
- How to automatically document and publish the task sequence to make it part of your RPA process landscape.
- How to track RPA success.
Please register now to download the presentations of the event:
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