Business Process Management and Automation 2019
Tuesday, 9 April 2019
The Forum, Bryanston

With new emerging technologies like automation, business process management is being elevated to meet modern demands. Due to digitisation, companies are adopting technologies, not only to streamline processes, but also to be more competitive.

Recognising the value of BPM and automation in the South African space, ITWeb has developed a comprehensive event that delivers what you need to truly harness the potential of these disciplines. Our agenda for the ITWeb Business Process Management and Automation 2019 summit examines all angles, from what needs to be automated to assessing the future of BPM.

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UiPath takes diamond sponsorship of ITWeb Business Process Management and Automation 2019

The company has come on board as diamond sponsor for ITWeb's Business Process Management and Automation 2019 event, to be held on 9 April.

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The consequences of automating business processes

Pure transactional jobs are under threat but the upside is that new roles will be created too, says Future Advisory founder and CEO Herman Singh.

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Migrating to modern data centre architecture

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If you want insight, interaction and practical advice, then the
ITWeb Business Process Management and Automation Summit 2019
will give you precisely that.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Our interactive and practical event is designed to ensure you walk away with invaluable insight into how to achieve operational excellence and gain a competitive edge. Our packed agenda includes:

  • Expert presenters who will provide insight into business process management in the age of disruption and digitisation;
  • Carefully crafted presentations with practical information;
  • Interactive discussions and panels;
  • Knowing where to start with automation;
  • Insight into robotic process automation and emerging technologies that are spurring on the evolution of business process automation; and
  • The opportunity to network with industry peers.

Diamond Sponsor

What are the key business benefits of attending ITWeb’s inaugural Business Process Management and Automation Summit 2019?

  • A step-by-step guide to initiating your intelligent automation journey.
  • Planning and implementing an effective BPM programme.
  • Determining when and if automation is right for your business.
  • Learning from industry leaders who have successfully modernised BPM.
  • Finding out what can be automated within your organisation.
  • Finding out what the local and international BPM and automation trends are.
  • Determining which department functionalities would be best suited to pilot automation.

WHY SPONSOR?

This event is designed to give delegates the insights they need to determine how BPM and automation will enhance their existing business. It will provide them with essential information into implementing and adopting automation and using its potential to remain competitive and to survive in a landscape impacted by disruption.

Is your business a leader in BPM and automation? Do you have the answers to today’s pressing BPM questions and know the steps organisations need to take?

If your answer is YES then this is the perfect opportunity for you to showcase your offerings to delegates who are hungry for information, solutions and innovation.

Want to take on a sponsorship opportunity at the ONLY BPA event in Africa? Want to position your brand as a thought leader in this space?

Contact Debbie Visser for more information – debbiev@itweb.co.za.

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