We are experiencing the most explosive interest in process management ever seen over the last two decades that has been fuelled by the significant demand for business transformation to enable sustained internal operating change. The business process industry is awash with vendors proclaiming that the next generation of automation, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or easy to model low-code applications are the nirvana solutions to meet the new demands of the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’. This coupled with the analyst community driving their technology agenda versus business outcomes is creating even more confusion. Adding more fuel to the fire are the traditional consulting and system integration firms who are planning to make hay from this market confusion and lack of knowledge.
Value Based Process Transformation is a single management approach which puts the entire process user base (those that have the ‘need’ versus those that ‘want’) at the centre of a company’s process transformation philosophy. Consequently the maximisation of value directs and provides consistency to an organisation’s strategy, approach, structure and processes, as well as surfacing what measures are used to monitor performance.
Roc has been awarded ‘Most Innovative Business Services Company for Consultancy & Outsourcing’ in the European CEO Business of the Year awards. This achievement recognises the highly differentiated solutions that Roc provides to help organisations succeed with their transformation projects.
From CRN: "Roc director Mike Hockey argues acquisitive firms should take their time before integrating the firms they buy. There have been a number of channel-related mergers and acquisitions over the last 12 months. In September alone, Capita, Telent and iomart were just a few of the companies actively acquiring new businesses..."
London, 24th November 2016 – Last Thursday, Roc was announced as one of the winners at the CRN Channel Awards 2016. Roc picked up the ‘Rising Star’ award – which assesses a company’s ability to meet customer targets and deliver greater efficiency, cost reduction and ROI. In total, CRN reviewed and evaluated over 357 entries to compile the final shortlist, with Roc impressing the judges with its Compound Annual Growth Rate of 221% over the last three years.
Co-founders Steve Shirley and Mike Hockey collected Roc's Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 award on Tuesday 15th November. The 240 guests included founders, chairmen, CEOs and FDs of the 100 featured companies. The guest speakers were Graham Budd, Chief Operating Officer of ARM, and Rob Jones, Co-founder of FanDuel, a British Unicorn.