Moving Towards Digitalization Using Basic Automation 

Moving Towards Digitalization Using Basic Automation 

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 

1:00 p.m. ET/Noon CT

Digitalization is the transformation of business operations and processes by leveraging digital technologies and a broader use of digitized data—turned into actionable information—to achieve strategic organizational goals.

Moving from paper to digital data and from manual processes to automated workflows and processes can be a slow and arduous process for many organizations. Yet the benefits of modernizing far outweigh the sometimes-painful steps to achieving true digitalization.

We will review the critical first steps an organization should pursue to move forward in their digitalization journey, including aligning forms to processes, automating forms, phasing out paper documents, and introducing and leveraging new data.


Register for this webinar to: 

  • Understand how capturing data in forms can streamline business processes and decision making
  • Learn how to identify scenarios in your organization where forms can be useful and target specific processes that benefit from status and audit tracking
  • See examples of form automation created using widely available and easily understandable applications
  • Discover how to set up automated forms, which require little or no programming ability to modify and maintain
  • See examples of key data points that can be tracked and displayed to provide an up-to-the-minute status view
  • Receive insight into how metrics reporting can drive increased efficiencies in your organization

This webinar is applicable to manufacturing or industrial managers who have opportunities to streamline collaboration between their departments and their counterparts, regardless of function.

Meet Our Experts

Rick Cruz
EIM Solution Architect - CTG Diversified Industrials

Rick specializes in leading multi-project delivery of IT solutions by leveraging his ability to expertly establish strategic development platforms and design patterns, and to "get it right the first time." He has engineered critical solutions that are used globally to aid manufacturing and business management. Based on the delivery of more $50 million of projects in the last 10 years, Rick understands best practice for utilizing collaboration platforms, workflow engines, and data integration techniques. Rick has architected many software solutions using SharePoint and other Microsoft O365 products, leveraging Azure, and integrating these with other systems for global customers across a variety of industries.

LeAnne Allgaier
EIM Solution Consultant - CTG Diversified Industrials

LeAnne is a solutions consultant with more than 20 years of information management experience in the oil and gas industry, regulatory agencies, and water and electric utilities. She specializes in identifying data captured in static formats, such as documents or drawings, and in disparate data silos. Her data mapping is used to consolidate redundant systems and drive organizational change and initiatives to capture information in data-driven systems. LeAnne’s clients have realized reduced systems costs and cleaner data, and have the information needed to quickly make informed decisions.

Joan Galloway
EIM Solution Consultant - CTG Diversified Industrials

Joan helps clients align their organizational goals with IT strategy. As a solution consultant, she documents business processes, analyzes current processes and systems to identify areas for upgrade or improvement, leads system migrations and upgrades, and manages teams for ongoing support. Joan’s experiences encompasses the entire testing life cycle, including creating the test plan, test cases, processes engineering (UML), project management, scheduling, and manual testing. Her specialties include business process flows, requirements gathering, applications/systems analysis, web-based applications, black box testing, UML, and Mercury Quality Center.

Moderated by: Jennifer Schwartz
Managing Director - CTG Global Solutions

Jennifer is an accomplished consulting executive with special expertise in engineering information programs, strategic planning, and mobile solution architecture. She is adept at improving operational efficiency, reducing costs, and acting as a liaison between technical and non-technical groups. She has experience in directing system implementations, creating, and supporting businesses cases for clients, leading deployments, and has excellent problem-solving and leadership skills. Jennifer brings cross-industry expertise bridging business and tech for value.

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