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Aaron Koats & Mike Matter

Aaron Koats & Mike Matter

Aaron Koats: Aaron Koats loves helping people solve business problems with technology. As a Client Solutions Manager for Omni, it’s his job to listen to client needs before figuring out how to use technology to solve their problem but Aaron’s love of connecting people with solutions extends back past his work with Omni. Over the past 25 years, he’s made a career of building relationships and using digital solutions to ease the business problems faced by both companies and individuals. “I enjoy helping people achieve what they are imagining, or companies solve business challenges, by leveraging technology solutions,” he said. When Aaron is not at work, he’s spending as much time with his wife and three children as possible: in the gym, riding motorcycles, boating, camping or traveling.

Mike Matter: Mike Matter is Project Manager and Scrum Master at Omni. He has 13+ years of experience in the information technology industry. Prior to Omni, he worked for a large Wisconsin based retailer leading agile projects, implementing customer facing technologies and sparring with the man. He also knows Cobol and is proud of it. Mike grew up in the Fox Valley. He holds a bachelor degree in Management Information Systems and a master degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He does not love to mow the lawn or shovel snow, but his wife Katie does, and he loves her. They have two children and reside in the Appleton area.

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Your company has just put a lot of money into software that will help your organization’s business process management (BPM). Or maybe your organization is thinking of purchasing software that will help automate processes or has identified a process that needs to be automated. There's just one problem: How do you justify the expense of business process automation (BPA) software? In other words, how do you prove that such a large expense is worth it? The latest episode of Omni's series, All Things BPM with Aaron and Mike: A Vlog Dedicated to Business Process Management, digs into the return on investment, or the ROI, of BPA.