rwt-as logo
Story image

In a post-COVID world, process automation is a must, says K2

In the months before March 2020, many IT professionals were content with migrating at their own speed towards emerging technologies, putting digital transformation on the backburner to focus on more pressing matters.

But then a certain once-in-a-century global emergency struck, and these same professionals were now in crisis mode, making plans to enable business continuity as hundreds of millions around the world went home and stayed home.

For a large portion of these IT professionals, a new perspective was gained. COVID-19 had exposed massive process inefficiencies. And they knew that automation would have alleviated them.

According to recent data from Forrester, while process automation was already a strategic initiative for many organisations around the world before COVID-19, many more studies have concluded that in the midst of a pandemic, it is more crucial than ever.

A report released just yesterday from Blue Prism found that 78% of senior IT decision-makers in Australia see robotic process automation (RPA) as ‘essential’ for businesses to remain competitive, while a huge 92% of executives globally are embracing automation with 92% looking to deploy and extend these capabilities throughout their organisations.

And prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, 58% of Australian decision-makers reported a struggle to meet customer demand, with 76% feeling that automation would help address this challenge.

K2 and Forrester believe the time is now to adopt process automation strategies. COVID-19 is not just a crisis, they say, but also a wake-up call to make process automation, low-code development and embracing the cloud at scale an integral part of business strategies.

To help organisations through their migration and prepare them for this new reality, K2 and Forrester have created an exclusive webinar, where experts will discuss the benefits of process automation and best ways to integrate the strategy into a business.

Join K2 senior product marketing manager David Kroll and guest speaker, Forrester vice president and principal analyst Rob Koplowitz, where the two will discuss topics such as:

  • Impact of process automation to daily operations and strategies for getting back on track
  • How to rank and prioritise processes for digitisation efforts
  • Defining new requirements for how businesses must function moving forward
  • Patching the gap to the digital revolution, what types of technologies do you need to look at
  • Practical steps to automate processes, insulate your business and thrive
  • Who's winning and who's losing, as well as further lessons from the market

The webinar is available on-demand for viewing at your leisure.

Click here to register.

Story image
Phishers cash in on the COVID-19 pandemic - how to avoid being reeled in
As the crisis continues to play out, the onus is on the rest of us to remain on high alert, to ensure our systems and data aren’t infected with another kind of virus.More
Link image
The infinite possibilities of Crypto-of-Things authentication
As devices and endpoints multiply, so do their security vulnerabilities. Unlock the power of cryptographic keys – here’s how the Crypto-of-Things makes authentication easier.More
Story image
Citrix partners with HPE to aid employees returning to offices
“Citrix is one of the partners that HPE is working very closely with to enhance existing solutions with components that are tailor made for COVID-19 response.”More
Story image
Cloud migration needs to be an urgent priority for enterprises
There’s a strong sense of urgency for companies to move away from archaic and costly systems and towards establishing a clear plan for cloud migration and digital transformation before the year is out.  More
Story image
Okta, CrowdStrike, Netskope and Proofpoint create shared zero trust security strategy
Okta, CrowdStrike, Netskope and Proofpoint have joined forces to develop and launch an integrated, zero trust security strategy, stating that this is crucial for today’s digital and remote working environments.More
Download image
Crypto-of-Things: Mobile device security with cryptography at its heart
It’s a method that’s as safe as traditional airgapped hardware security modules, but it doesn’t compromise on software usability.More