RPA Automation
Press 18/11/2019

 

Nordic Business Transformation (NBT) is back for the 12th year, larger than ever – this year’s event features new and expanded content; designed to tackle your most topical transformation challenges head-on. There will be 50+ expert speakers sharing their case studies, expertise and best practices for business transformation and strategic back-office change

19th November – Our Technical Sales Engineer Owen Ireland and Customer Success Manager Tom Stephenson will present a case study on Track B at 2:25 pm – Click here to download the full agenda. 

The Softomotive team will also be running live demonstrations on Booth #4, you will find our Sales Manager Maddie Kallstrom leading the demos. 

 

There are 5 key themes for this years NBT:

  • Overcoming the challenges of attracting and retaining a digitally competent workforce that embrace change
  • Deploying technology and building upon IT infrastructure and legacy systems to keep up with the competition
  • Deploying automation technologies to enable the business to focus on much more strategic and value-driven tasks that support the organisation’s cost, risk and growth objectives
  • Developing change management and transformation leadership initiatives to deliver a seamless transition in the move to digitisation
  • Utilizing data and analytics to acquire actionable and valuable business insights and inform strategic decision-making

Register here now

 

The Softomotive People1st Approach for RPA turns the world of RPA on its head, making the democratisation of RPA a reality. Everyone is a citizen developer equipped to accelerate “bottom-up” innovation of process automation. Such automation is only fully deployed on an enterprise-wide basis once they have been centrally tested and proven.

6 reasons why it’s time for a People1st Approach for RPA

  • Low upfront costs
  • Lower Risk
  • Supercharge Innovation
  • Realize the full potential of RPA
  • Increase Agility
  • High People Engagement

Click here to learn more about Softomotive’s People1st Approach for RPA