Digital transformation (DX) means reshaping every aspect of a business, in order to deal with volatile developments in the market. That transformation is rooted in culture, governance, operations, workforce skills, and so on. Although a successful transformation does not evolve around technology only, the digital journey is inevitable driven by technology. As many organisations are struggling, IT legacy keeps on hampering their digital transformation. At the Gartner Symposium 2018 in Barcelona I will be hosting a keynote, speaking about the strongest link that can simplify and boost DX.
Facing up digital transformation and disruption is the most frustrating concern of any IT leader these days. This should not have to be the case. By using RPA to enable and accelerate your digital transformation, IT leaders can become the catalyst that helps their organisation to improve on four dimensions: product leadership, operational excellence, customer intimacy and employee satisfaction.
RPA can be a pivot for the optimisation business processes – it is an emerging technology that enables software robots to mimic human actions, so the robots can become valuable assistants that are able to work around the clock. As the average duration of an IT project is measured in months, if not years, RPA is able to provide tangible and insightful results in four to eight weeks without disrupting the existing IT infrastructure, regardless the industry or functions.
With over 6.000 CIO’s and senior IT executives attending the Gartner Symposium / ITxpo, it is the world’s largest gathering of IT leaders. These leaders attend to collect a lot of eye openers on the central question, how do I cope with the barriers of digital transformation?
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Robotic process automation (RPA) can help CIOs and other IT executives to address the challenges and priorities of today’s IT infrastructure dilemmas. Many enterprises have already been sniffing to RPA, but a pilot is not going to get you anywhere. Eventually, full RPA adoption mostly staggers because of scaling reasons. Process automation is an important element in a digital strategy. Letting things take its course in an experimental approach would not do full justice to your digital transformation journey. It is important to understand that the success rate is a lot higher when desired outcomes are clearly formulated.
So, how can you scale up automation fast? What solutions do you need to get the easiest access to intelligent process automation? On 4 November at 02.30 PM, I will be speaking at Gartner Symposium Barcelona about transforming your business with RPA. How do pilots differ from large scale implementations? What is important? How can you scale smartly?
Attend my keynote at #GartnerSYM Barcelona and I will be taking all your questions and provide you with a great headstart.
Hope to see you in room 113/114!
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