Stuart Chandler

Senior Vice President - Digital Process Automation Practice, Virtusa. Stuart has over 18 years of experience in deploying Business Process Management (BPM) solutions in large Financial, Insurance and Healthcare organizations. His focus areas include process optimization and implementing core foundations that enable businesses to transform into agile organizations. Stuart has worked across the globe delivering solutions to Fortune 500 companies and possesses a unique mix of extensive industry knowledge, in-depth technology expertise and cross cultural experience. Stuart has a Resource Economics degree from the University of New Hampshire. He also holds a Masters of Business Administration and Master of Science (MIS) degree from the Boston University. Stuart loves the outdoors and participating in sports including running, playing squash and ice hockey.

Posts by Stuart Chandler

Digital Process Automation: A shift in your organization’s culture towards business transformation

Digital process automation (DPA) represents a significant shift in organizations’ culture towards business transformation. DPA has evolved into a greater impactful element to businesses today. It is not just a tool to automate to eliminate people but truly enable digital transformation. Without the move to DPA, organizations will lose cost advantage – in not so 

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BPM is a Game Changer – Pegasystem’s PRPC Version 7, the Key Enabler

Before attending the recent Pegasystems’ PegaWORLD 2013 user conference, I asked the simple question: Is Business Process Management (BPM) really changing the game? I personally believe it has, proven by many of the organizations that I work with. Better yet, at PegaWORLD 2013, there was a much broader and greater acknowledgement of how technology is 

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BPM Evolution in 2012: Getting Closer to the Right Context of Work

In my last blog, I wrote about how ‘Social’ was revolutionizing BPM, providing a gateway for enhanced process efficiency, and in some ways influencing the way we ‘manage’ our process. In certain areas, 2011 was the doorway to the new influences on BPM. The year saw significant advancements in the BPM space with Adaptive Case 

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Social BPM: Gateway to Enhanced Process Efficiency

With the world getting more ‘social’, individuals are transforming the way they go about their daily lives. Businesses have recognized the need to rethink their strategies and reevaluate their operating models and have commenced to align them with customer expectations and customers’ perception of value. From focusing only on optimization of supply chains, penetration of 

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