Blue Prism partners with Signavio to drive their process automation journey


    Blue Prism, a leading company in robotic process automation (RPA) announced their collaboration with Signavio, a leading provider of business transformation solutions to Drive Intelligent Automation at Scale. Combining advanced RPA with process efficiency assists organizations in building and scaling intelligent automation reliably and safely, while ensuring the best possible return on RPA investment.

    To drive enterprise-wide process automation that transmits on its commitment, businesses attempt to align corresponding technologies. Incorporating Blue Prism’s Digital Workforce with Signavio’s robust process intelligence will deliver a more comprehensive automation strategy that will boost process efficiencies and enhance ROI.

    “We are delighted to be working with Signavio as a Premier technology alliance partner. The simple fact is that, without end to end visibility and insight into business workflows, true transformation is not even achievable, let alone measurable. Signavio creates the right foundations for accelerated and sustained transformation,” says Peter Walker, CTO EMEA at Blue Prism.

    Blue Prism and Signavio

    The benefits of RPA to businesses are clear, but a blooming automation approach depends on process intelligence. Process intelligence eliminates the guesswork from large-scale RPA deployment while evaluating and regulating impact and building cooperation to give the best possible return on automation investments. Signavio and Blue Prism provide the confidence needed to speed digital transformation, right methodology, and infrastructure. An integrated, end-to-end solution will save time and money, utilizing best-in-class tools to examine and prioritize projects and real business data to simulate and optimize profitable deployment.

    “Together, we’re fixing the disconnect between operational processes and the customer journey, so businesses can start delivering experiences that delight,” says Mark Holenstein, Chief Operating Officer at Signavio.

    Blue Prism’s digital workforce can be registered in Signavio Dictionary and then connected instantly to business process models, with the perception of where they are deployed and how to assess opportunities to scale. Customers can curate the process landscape and evaluate actual process execution data for comprehensive, interactive understandings of performance.

    To help businesses uncover unique opportunities for automation, connect human workers to robots to regulate success, and simulate the real business impact – Signavio and Blue Prism are building efficiencies across the whole organization. The joint solution is now accessible on Blue Prism’s Digital Exchange (DX), the company’s virtual portal for accessing new and arising technologies.

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