Crack the Code: Which Automation Solution is Right for You?
Decipher the differences between RPA, BPA, WLA and more
There’s no shortage of acronyms when it comes to types of automation. From RPA to BPA to WLA and beyond, it can all feel a bit like alphabet soup. To make sure you choose the right automation solution for your business, it’s crucial to understand the differences between each one.
Join Todd Weiss, Vice President of Product at SMA Technologies, and many of your industry peers for a collaborative breakdown of the different types of automation, including but not limited to:
- Robotic process automation (RPA)
- Business process automation (BPA)
- Workload automation (WLA)
- Service orchestration and automation platform (SOAP)
Once you have a handle on each type, you can choose the automation solution that best fits your business. With the right solution in place, you can start automating those manual, tedious tasks that are keeping your employees from the exciting, innovative work your business needs to grow and scale.
Whether you’re an IT professional, director, VP, or C-suite member, if you want to decode the different types of automation once and for all, this webinar is for you!
VP of Product at SMA Technologies
Todd Weiss is the Vice President of Product Management at SMA Technologies. He is responsible for setting and owning product strategy as well as managing the product roadmap for SMA’s solutions.
Prior to joining SMA, he has spent the last 20 years leading product teams and organizations to solve business challenges, drive meaningful outcomes, and deliver profitable results to market. Todd has spent the last 15 years working in the FinTech space helping to deliver solutions to the market with companies like Fiserv and Deluxe Corporation.
About SMA Technologies
SMA Technologies offers powerful, easy-to-use workload automation and orchestration software to eliminate manual tasks and manage workloads across business-critical operations. It’s the perfect fit for financial institutions, insurance companies, and other transactional businesses. Many of our team members come from financial institutions and have personally experienced the power of OpCon. We exist to give you time back, so you can do what really matters—whether that’s implementing strategic business objectives or making it to your child’s sports games, our automation makes it possible.