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Free Video Webinar

Humans vs. Bots

How to monitor alignment between bots and employees, or discover inefficiencies in your automated processes with Process Mining

You have finally deployed bots into your operations, ready to happily watch as your RPA initiative bears fruit for your company. But have you ever examined whether the entire process has improved, not just the part executed by the bots?

You should never forget that your hybrid process involves a human aspect, too. 

You can, therefore, easily find out that the bots perform perfectly, but not in alignment with your employees. Extensive workload for employees, delays, inefficiency of the entire process - these are just a few issues that your company can face.

Watch the full session presented at IA World Series Live 2019, and learn how to maximize the benefits of your RPA initiative. The session includes two highly hands-on demos. 

 

Minit's webinar at IA World Series 2019: Humans vs. Bots

Watch the full session and demos to learn:

  • How to look at your automated process end-to-end and ensure that the entire process is running smoothly as expected?
  • How to identify the right candidates for automation? [DEMO]
  • What are the most common post-implementation challenges in RPA, and how to overcome them with the help of Process Mining?
  • How to successfully monitor alignment between bots and your workforce? [DEMO]
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Presented by: Michal Rosik, Chief Product Officer

Minit’s CPO Michal Rosik is an expert in helping companies worldwide extract value from their data, improve business performance and eliminate inefficiency from their operations by optimizing their business processes.

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