What’s Robotic Process Automation all about?
Join Signavio and take part in the conversation between industry thought leaders & experts at the 2020 Intelligent Automation Event on the 7th and 8th of July.
The Intelligent Automation online event supports organizations to thrive in the new environment, the webinar provides a practical overview of adaptive Automation concepts
Some of the trends to be discussed at Intelligent Automation Event 2020 include:
- What are the new disrupting technologies?
- Introducing AI and Automation to RPA.
- The blueprint for the future of business – developing a hybrid of employees, analysts, and machines.
- Women in business: unleashing your potential and embracing diversity.
- Understanding your role in business.
Through knowledge sharing & a forum for open discussion our speakers will start the debate - it is up to you to join in from the comfort of your home or office.
We are offering the opportunity to virtually meet & network with peers from across your industry and while the interaction may be virtual, the takeaways will be invaluable.
What: Intelligent Automation Event 2020
When: 7th & 8t of July, 2020
If you’d like a little more information on Robotic Process Automation in the meantime, why not join us during Jaz Sidhu's presentation?
Date & Time presentation: 7 July, 1:00-2:00pm CEST
Putting the ‘P’ in RPA: Overcoming the Challenges of RPA Implementation
Many organizations embark on RPA programs expecting to realize significant benefits quickly, with minimal effort, and little or no disruption to current processes or applications. However, most soon understand that implementing RPA is more challenging than they had anticipated!
The future of RPA technology will focus on software that can learn, and act, by itself, and some time soon, this software could emulate humans not only in their data entry capabilities, but also in social proficiency.
Jaz says ‘Social RPA’ will lead to a quantum leap in efficiency and effectiveness for businesses of all types but with the hype around robotics and automation, there is still a tendency to forget the ‘P’ in RPA: process.
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