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Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence
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Find out how Xerox Finance Shared Services transitioned to Robotic Automation to more effectively support its business unit customers through value-add financial reporting Full Content »
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For many enterprises considering robotic process automation, concerns around security are preventing action amid fear of an army of robots potentially running amok across its systems. The danger is that in the current feeding frenzy, it's tempting to build a ‘quick and dirty’ robotic capability that lacks security, scalability, and sustainabil Full Content »
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CONTROLLING RISKBank of Ireland was challenged, like most businesses, with getting some basic processes automated. Specifically, it was looking for ways to rapidly automate mundane processes and free up people to focus on more customer-centric solutions. Blue Prism’s software platform enabled the bank to respond rapidly to changing priorities and c Full Content »
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Find out how to help your staff recognize the value of their "robo-partners" Full Content »
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03:00 PM - 04:00 PM BSTThere is an old adage, “what gets measured, gets managed,” however, it is also true that if you are measuring the wrong things you will end up managing the wrong things. So, as finance professionals, what should we be measuring when it comes to the Record to Report process? Many times, finance organizations, specifically Full Content »
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What kind of RPA do you need: simple or enterprise? Both have value, but making the right decision for your situation requires knowing the difference. It also requires knowing the kinds of problems for which each one is best suited Full Content »
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Find out how Prudential Financial recognized RPA as an unmissable opportunity to improve back office processes, retrench work previously outsourced, leverage data analytics, and eliminate mundane work Full Content »
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Shared services centers process thousands of transactions with billions of individual activities. But how can process owners ensure that these transactions are efficient, compliant and at the right cost?By taking an innovative look at their existing data, companies can finally answer these questions.In this session, we’ll take you through how Vodaf Full Content »
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Today, organizations across several industries are benefiting from deploying intelligent software robots as an agile digital workforce in the organization. In many cases, the process activities being automated are your common back office data processing operations – but in others, robotic process automation is supporting far more strategic process Full Content »
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Viji Varghese is one of the most impressive RPA enthusiasts we have met to date, and we are delighted that he has agreed to host this session. Viji is a frequent speaker on RPA and in this webinar will address the three most common questions he is asked by fellow practitioners:How do you take a proof of concept/pilot to the next level? Bots only ma Full Content »
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ON HAVING A BRAIN AND A BODY!In this webinar, Guy Kirkwood, UiPath’s COO, discusses how the more modern RPA technologies leverage Artificial Intelligence to become "just the way you do automation." Guy illustrates this webinar with his BPO and Shared Services experience and knowledge of who is doing what, where an Full Content »
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Contributor: Paul McLean
Posted: 11/29/2016
Paul McLean
Find out how Prudential Financial recognized RPA as an unmissable opportunity to improve back office processes, retrench work previously outsourced, leverage data analytics, and eliminate mundane work (to allow for value-adding work). Paul McLean, VP Centralized Business Services, and Ann Delmedico, VP of Change Management, share invaluable in Full Video »
Contributor: Wayne Butterfield
Posted: 04/01/2015
Wayne Butterfield
Where does RPA fit into your business? Wayne shares his 4-step "Rule Book" to evaluate quickly whether a process is suitable for RPA or not. You can copy it here... Full Column »