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FlowForma To Host Process Automation Lunch & Learn In Dublin On February 27, 2024

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FlowForma® the leading provider of Process Automation tools for Microsoft 365®, is excited to invite technology, digital transformation, and process professionals in the construction, engineering, and utilities sectors to an interactive lunch and learn event taking place in The Ivy, Dublin, on February 27, 2024.

Conversations throughout the lunch will focus on digitalisation, productivity, and cost reduction within the construction, engineering, and utilities sectors. Attendees will learn first-hand, through use cases and examples, how FlowForma customers are streamlining on-site and off-site business processes through automation and optimisation, by utilizing the award winning FlowForma Process Automation tool.

During this exclusive event, attendees will not only enjoy a networking lunch with peers but also connect with digitalisation experts in Irish Construction. Learn from experts, hear real-world case studies, and discover how to comply with regulations, enhance safety, and achieve rapid adoption through automation. Additionally, attendees will also hear how process transformation experts and FlowForma construction customer P.J Hegarty & Sons are unlocking value with widespread process automation.

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The construction industry continues to experience a digital revolution, embracing the benefits of digital construction tools and automation at scale, across remote sites. A traditionally paper intensive industry, the power and speed of cloud-based digitisation tools has seen a significant increase in efficiency, transparency, and productivity in this sector, helping to avoid project overruns and meet deadlines on time and within budget.

“We are excited to welcome FlowForma customer P.J Hegarty & Sons along with process automation experts and enthusiasts from the Irish construction, engineering, and utilities sectors to this upcoming event in Dublin on February 27. Digitalisation continues to be an increasingly hot topic within these industries, and this event promises to be an insightful afternoon of discussion and networking around all things process automation, productivity, and enterprise mobility,” commented Paul Stone, Product Strategist, FlowForma.

Join us at this exclusive lunch and learn event to:

• Share process challenges with our construction digitalisation experts

• Discover how replacing manual processes with automated workflows fast-tracks business operations and drives operational efficiency

• Learn how to develop a digitalisation strategy that future-proofs your organisation for compliance and regulations

• Hear how our 100% no code tool empowers your workforce to capture, log, and maintain information digitally

• Uncover how easily you can deliver process data & analytics for better decisions and continuous process optimisation

Event details:

When: February 27, 2024 (Registration - 12:30 pm | start - 01:00 pm | close - 03:00 pm)

Where: The Ivy, Dawson Street, Dublin, D02 TF98

Who: C-Level, IT decision-makers, improvement/innovation managers, operation managers, digital transformation managers, heads of business, etc. in the construction /engineering/utilities sector.

This event is free to attend but registration is compulsory, secure your complimentary place today

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