Towards a Broader Automation - The future of the Digital Co-worker. An IDC &Blueprism webinar


Process automation has been widely adopted as a means to increase service availability, reduce cost and free up valuable employee time. But the use cases for the digital co-worker are few and companies are struggling to find enough skills, experience and best practice in all the implementations across line of business and industry to optimize the investment. Are the skills sets, the experience and the best practice needed to address that extended scope, and to optimizing the investment made, readily available? How much could an organization really automate? And is there a limit to what work a Digital Worker can perform?

Webinar speakers:

  • Martin Sundblad, Research Director at IDC will explore how not to fall in the pitfalls – the most recent research on success factors, obstacles and challenges in automation and take a closer look at why it is so important to fully understand all the factors behind successful and less successful projects to be able to utilise the benefits that comes with automation.
  • Hanna Widenberg, Senior Customer Advisor at BluePrism will take us on a journey into the future where human workforce is working alongside digital workforce, hand in hand, collaborating to provide an excellent experience. She will explore the path to get there by looking at automation, and scaling it, from a slightly different perspective!
  • Lars J Andersson, Head of Automation and Analytics at A.P Møller Mærsk manages group wide procurement solutions driving automation, robotics and advanced analytics across Maersk Group. During his fireside chat Lars will share their automation journey, the challenges along the way and of course the benefits this kind of project can bring.

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Videos & Presentations

Towards a Broader Automation on-demand recording

White Paper - Before and After Covid-19: Reimagining Work with Automation

Martin Sundblad, IDC - Presentation slides

Hanna Widenberg, Blueprism - Presentation Slides