How to Decide Whether Robotics is the Right Choice For You

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Robots are going to take away all of our work – aren’t they?

Find out which approach you need to adopt to ensure you are making the best possible use of Robotics Process Automation (RPA) in your back office, order to cash, procure to pay and record to report processes. This webinar explains how to identify the right processes, how to 'feed' robots, and how to continuously improve what robots do in your organization.

We've invited the experts from eg solutions, who have decades of "automation" experience behind them, to dispel some myths around RPA and introduce the right way to select processes to be robotized.

Join us to learn:

  • how "swivel chair" robotics works
  • how to select the right processes for RPA
  • how to feed and report on robot activity
  • how a combination of RPA and real time work management can deliver a step-change in performance
  • how to get 20-40% productivity gains through robotics (guaranteed!)


John Bailey
VP Solutions Consulting
eg solutions plc

John is an acknowledged thought leader in the field of workforce management and workforce optimisation solutions. For over 25 years he has been involved in delivering solutions that add value to organisations through the effective management and deployment of their workforce. Having worked at vendors such as JDA/RedPrairie, Verint, WorkPlace Systems, and TempoSoft, he has worked with a large number of clients including Retailers, Financial Services businesses, Logistics companies, Manufacturers, Healthcare and Public Sector organisations in Europe, Asia and the US, enabling them to realise the business benefits of workforce optimisation solutions.

An engineering graduate of Imperial College London, John lives with his family in rural Oxfordshire.