Digitization will keep on storming ahead during 2018, with process automation in particular destined to become a critical factor in business success. For some time now, the Scheer Group process specialists have wielded a powerful instrument for customizing digitization projects in the form of their "Scheer BPaaS" intelligent BPM platform. The team has now started using process mining for data-based optimization of business processes, which opens the door to Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Adding RPA technology to the Scheer BPaaS platform should make automating the already transparent and optimized processes both quick and easy. The platform architecture of Scheer BPaaS provides an optimum basis for this by ensuring that typical RPA components, such as a process designer, process engine and dashboard, are already in place.
At CEBIT 2018 in Hannover, Scheer will also be showcasing RPA monitoring components that not only keep tabs on the RPA bots, but can also map their actions alongside process mining. "By digitizing all paper-based forms, we want to take a leap into the digital future. Scheer BPaaS provides us with an agile platform for implementing ideas on our own," says Friedrich-Wilhelm Menge, CIO of Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe, Berlin's main public transportation company, about using BPaaS in its business operations. Mario Baldi, CEO of Scheer GmbH adds: "The BPaaS platform from Scheer delivers end-to-end digitization in companies and ensures optimum interplay between their IT components. This enables them to take full control of business processes and make the best possible decisions."
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