New RPA Solutions are Intuitive and Easily Integrated
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While the industry is rapidly recognizing the value of new robotic process automation solutions, many practitioners are still hesitating over concerns of introducing yet another layer of complexity, requiring training, resourcing and governance. In fact, Robotics is a fairly straightforward concept and today’s new solutions are easy to integrate.
This session dispenses with some of the cautionary hype surrounding RPA and will demonstrate, via a case study, how robotic process automation captures and automates repetitive activities without a hint of additional new coding required.
*This session was originally featured in the SSON Virtual Open House on September 16th 2015
Daniel Dines is the Founder and CEO of UiPath, the most advanced technology provider for the Robotic Process Automation industry. Daniel has always gravitated around automation. Before founding UiPath, Daniel was a software design engineer at Microsoft where he owned SQLServer Agent, an enterprise grade database automation product. Still a hacker at heart, Daniel leads UiPath to pave the future of work where next generation robots powered by computer vision and AI are as common as computers in the workplace.
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Shaun has over 20 years of experience in the development and leadership of technology teams. Prior to joining Cognizant in November of 2014 to build out the BPS Automation practice, Shaun was a co-founder of Virtual Operations, a leader in RPA development, deployment, and management services. Shaun is responsible for the design and operation of several processes within Cognizant, including Assessment Training and the conception and build-out of Cognizant Automation Client Centers of Excellence. Shaun holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas, and is an accomplished entrepreneur.