The Next Wave of Process Automation

Watch this webinar to learn how recent advances in technology and new kinds of collaborative tools have ushered in a new wave of process automation, helping businesses to achieve greater insights that improve customer centricity.


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2017-05-15
08:00 AM - 09:00 AM EST

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Viewers of this webinar will learn how recent advances in technology and new kinds of collaborative tools have ushered in a new wave of process automation, helping businesses to achieve greater insights that improve customer centricity.

Significant technological advances have ushered in a new wave of automation by infusing more human sensibilities into business operations than ever before. Join us for an in-depth conversation on the new opportunities in process automation. Learn how advances in platform technologies are enabling rapid process transformation at scale.

By attending this webinar you will learn:

  • Industry-specific trends in process automation
  • A framework to identify the best opportunities for process automation projects
  • Why your business needs an automation platform to act strategically
Presenters:
Neil Ward-Dutton Co-founder and Research Director MWD
Brian Safron Worldwide Program Director, IBM Process Transformation IBM

Brian Safron is Worldwide Program Director for Offering Management at IBM, where he is responsible for product management of IBM’s Digital Process Automation suite of offerings. Prior to this position he was responsible for IBM’s SaaS offerings for cloud-based business modeling and operations. Previously Brian led product marketing for IBM Operational Decision Management and the IBM Smarter Process portfolio. Brian was deeply involved in the original Service Oriented Architecture initiative and was on the team that developed IBM’s strategy and point-of-view for SOA. Throughout his career, Brian has also focused on the Internet of Things, Complex Systems Development, Enterprise Architecture and mainframe software.