Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) technology is the next frontier for businesses looking to streamline processes, increase productivity and ultimately improve the bottom-line.
IRPA typically uses artificial intelligence to handle repetitive, rules-based, back-office tasks. And the market is about to experience a period of "explosive" growth.
The IRPA/RPA market grew 64 percent to $200 million last year and is expected to grow 70 to 90 percent by 2020 because successful pilot projects are inspiring buyer confidence in the technology, the consulting and research firm reports.
However, there are some barriers to adoption, such as IT departments concerned about data security and loss of control. Plus, replacing staff with robots in some sectors, such as government, could become a political minefield.
Join us at IRPA Online Summit in July to hear from subject matter experts currently evaluating IRPA for their businesses in areas such as Finance, Procurement, HR, Outsourcing, Automation, etc.
While Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) is often the first tool to garner investment as it leads to quick wins with a lower investment, IRPA is only one tool in the automation toolbox, and this event covers the gamut of intelligent automation technologies including cognitive, machine learning, AI, and more.
During Process Identification, we come across various processes which could not be an ideal candidate for automation. So how to deal with those kind of process? Lets talk about it.Speaker Profile
Pritesh is Cognitive (RPA and AI) evangelist He is technology professional with experience in delivering end to end Robotics Process Automation across financial, healthcare, government, retail services. He holds Master of Science in Computing (First Class) and also certified Automation developer. Pritesh is result oriented leader leading developer team and providing enterprise grade solutions for client and converting there manual, repetitive and labor intensive task into automated scripts increasing process efficiency, reducing cost in turn increasing productivity and helping clients to use their resources in value oriented task.
In this session, we will discuss the key steps for building a successful Cognitive Enterprise.
Divya Rajagopal leads the AI and Automation Practice
for IBM in India South Asia. In this role, she leads the
development and deployment of a digital workforce that is
helping IBM and its clients transform to a cognitive enterprise.
With over 20 years of experience in enterprise IT, her focus is
on leveraging automation and AI to continually reinvent and transform
business and IT processes.
Specialties: Cognitive computing, IBM Watson, Robotic Process Automation, Digital Workforce, Business Process Re-engineering,Agile Delivery, Cloud and DevOps, Solution development,Consulting.
Divya Rajagopal details for above agenda
All investment banks have RPA in their agenda as part of their transformation journey. I would like to share my experience and what are dos and don'ts while applying RPA to any business process within the bank. I applied it to securitization process and would walk audience through what challenges i faced and how we solved them and deploy RPA scripts in production.
Having spent around 8 years on helping many companies around the globe setup CoEs and adapt the RPA technology, I have seen organizations rise up fast but also fall down pretty fast because they try to run before the learn walking. RPA is a different beast and is not your typical devops or SDLC kind of IT implementation and management. It adopts Rapid Application Development Methodologies to a certain extent but for the most part is very agile in nature. CoEs that harbor internal hiring and training of resources to kick start operations prosper longer durations of times and strengthens over time compared to CoEs that adopts federated model of implementation. RPA has evolved to be more than just simple desktop based automation tool with a few clicks and configurations. RPA industry is slowly moving towards becoming a More hybrid Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) which leans on adopting AI concepts and methods to complement RPA to yield better results in terms of ROI realization and efficiency gains for organizations.
Intelligent Automation (IA) helps companies realize the next wave of operational efficiency, experience true insight from data rich analytics and accelerate their digital evolution. Intelligent solutions can emulate human behavior, make decisions and learn from experience.
Organizations interested in achieving operational efficiencies in their business and IT processes through Intelligent Automation employ a three-phased strategy. The first phase involves assessing the current level of process automation maturity and identification of pilot quick win opportunities to begin the Intelligent Automation journey. The second phase is to identify what the major business/IT processes are and align them along the Do-Think-Learn service continuum. The last part of the strategy is to define a roadmap using the crawl, walk and run framework. This session enables participants to learn the evolution from Standard process automation using Robotics to Enhanced intelligent automation using machine learning and artificial intelligence through real-life case study examples.
Realisation of RoI for an RPA implementation can vary substantially depending on the strategy adopted. The same RPA can end up becoming the hero or the villain depending on the script that program planner write. We would touch upon some factors which will help an organisation relish its first taste of RPA and want more
Ada Lim is the Co-Founder of Glee Trees Pte. Ltd. She is in love with Gleematic, the
company’s intelligent robot, and spreads word about it as its Marketing Director. She is a
serial-entrepreneur as she has spent half her career in companies she has co-founded. Her
previous venture was a public-relations agency focusing on technology.
Ada has more than 10 years of experience as a marketer and communications specialist. She holds an M.B.A. from University of Strathclyde (Scotland) and B.Eng from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). Ada Lim is keenly interested in how robots and A.I. are changing the landscape of work.
Glee Trees Pte Ltd is a Singapore-born software company and a pioneer in Asian cognitive automation, with a proprietary product “Gleematic” – an A.I-enabled cognitive automation solution. Founded and started in 2016, Gleematic has grown 10x number of customers in many industry sectors all over Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, and Vietnam.
The RPA Conferences features insightful talks by recognized thought-leaders addressing the actual developments and trends in RPA. Discussions and presentations by a variety of speakers at a series of past and upcoming events elucidate solution based details that will help you face RPA challenges with confidence. You will find a mix of speakers from diverse organizations sharing their real experiences and expert insights with the event participants.
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