Robotic Process Automation

Learn about Low-Code Process Development and RPA in Logistics and try work with it!
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This course is part of
Transforming Logistics with Analytics
José Huisman & Arjen Wierikx

About this course

The logistics domain is undergoing a remarkable transformation fueled by technological advancements. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Low-Code Process Development (LCPD) have emerged as game-changing solutions, revolutionizing the way logistics operations are managed and executed. These innovative technologies enable organizations to streamline processes and enhance efficiency.
In this module, we will introduce RPA and LCPD and explore their relevance for logistics.

By the end of this course, you will understand the concepts of RPA and Low-Code and how they relate to the logistics domain.

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More about the authors

José Huisman

José Huisman MSc. is lecturer at Fontys ICT in Business Processes. From a business perspective, José is experienced with technology based process improvement in logistics and the manufacturing industry. Innovation is realized by using Process Mining, low-code application platforms and Robotic Process Automation. As a researcher José is involved in the research group High Tech Embedded Software.

Arjen Wierikx

Ir Arjen Wierikx is a Senior Researcher and Lecturer at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht and a Ph.D. candidate at Eindhoven University of Technology. He is acquainted with the Bachelor of Logistics Management and the Master of Data Driven Business, primarily coaching students in their final thesis. Within the research group Process Innovation & Information Systems, his research focuses on making Circular Performance of Organisations measurable and explicating the effect of Digital Technology Strategies on this Performance. Arjen holds an MSc degree in Civil Engineering from TU Delft and a post-hbo degree in coaching from Phoenix. He has a strong background in Logistics, Information, and Change Management. Prior to joining the HU, he worked for TNO and Baan (Infor) and has been running his own consulting firm for over 20 years.

Robert Goedegebuure

Robert Goedegebuure is, among other positions, researcher at the research groups Logistics & Alliances and Center of International Business Research at HAN University of Applied Sciences.

This publication is part of the project ‘small projects 2022 route transport and logistics' with project number NWA.1418.22.023 which is financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).