Become a Process Mining Ninja and identify automation opportunities with the greatest RO webinar

When:  Aug 4, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM (ET)

Are you struggling to figure out where to start with your automation projects, having challenges meeting the scale of your objectives or accurately simulating return expectations on real data?

In today's digitized world, organizations need to understand where and when to apply automation to achieve the greatest impact. Process Mining, a foundational capability in IBM Cloud Paks for Automation, can create a roadmap to automation, allowing you to pinpoint bottlenecks and inefficiencies in your operations. 

Grab a cup of coffee and please join us for this no-cost 30-minute event and learn from our IBM Process Mining Ninjas! We will take you on a hands-on and interactive tour of IBM Process Mining, a key capability of IBM Cloud Pak for Business Automation. Learn how to use data to automatically identify process bottlenecks, simulate process changes to evaluate impact before implementing anything, and how to implement a digital twin of your organization.

Bob Spory
Bob Spory
Client Technical Professional

Bob Spory is the Americas Business Automation Technical Sales Lead. He is Level III Certified Technical Thought Leader with 20+ years of IBM customer-facing experience in both sales and technical sales roles. He enjoys working with customers to help them solve business problems with process automation solutions that blend AI and automation in ways that dramatically improve the productivity of people.

Bob lives in the St. Louis area with his wife and two children. He loves hanging out on the deck with his 3 pugs and his boxer-bulldog mix. Bob has also completed 3 Ironman triathlons. He also loves to give TV show recommendations, in case you're looking for a new show to watch!



Joel Garnatz
Joel Garnatz
Americas Process Mining Program Leader

Joel is an accomplished leader who has worked on both sides of the automation excellence landscape as a provider of solutions and as a departmental owner trying to solve problems. His focus has been on how companies can reduce the time to discover automation opportunities within their companies at scale and accuracy. He has for the last six years worked with Process Mining, Task Mining and RPA as these solutions have emerged in the market.