Nailing "Governance" in Enterprise RPA – Bank of Ireland

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Bank 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 customer demands by creating its own automated solutions.

Join us to discover how the robotics platform is governed by IT to ensure it has the inherent layer of structure, governance, auditability and data security that IT requires.

Learn how Bank of Ireland:

  • evaluated different RPA solutions
  • took on the challenge of offloading mundane work from employees
  • learned to build automated processes without having to learn how to code
  • retrained employees for higher-level human interactions that require thinking and judgement
  • improved customer service
  • reduced costs

Learn how to set up a governance office, identify a process pipeline for automation, get IT on board, and create an agile, robotics-enabled business function that can respond to the ever changing market.


Brian Halpin
Head of Robotic Process Automation, Bank Of Ireland
Bank of Ireland

Brian is a senior executive with a broad experience across a variety of digital environments and business models, and deep expertise in RPA.

Pat Geary
Chief Marketing Officer
Blue Prism

Pat Geary has over 20 years of international marketing experience across a range of large multinational and start up software and hardware businesses.