Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology is the next frontier for businesses looking to streamline processes, increase productivity and ultimately improve the bottom-line.
RPA 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 RPA market grew 64 percent to $200 million last year and is expected to grow 70 to 90 percent by 2019 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 RPA Summit in December to hear from subject matter experts currently evaluating RPA for their businesses in areas such as Finance, Procurement, HR, Outsourcing, Automation, etc.
1. Understand the complexity of the processes you want to automate well in advance.
2. Host functional and technical design sessions to make sure business users and technology users are on the same page.
3. You will probably need to ask people to re-engineer their processes – and this requires change management before go-live.
4.Over-test the robot to ensure it handles exceptions properly
5. Achieving a return on your RPA investment.
"It may be tempting to leap straight into an RPA trial, proof of concept, or implementation. Before doing so, take a couple of weeks to develop an agreed RPA strategy, and get your organisation aligned and supportive to your objective and plans."
• Develop an RPA/AI strategy to support your business strategy.
• Prioritise business areas for automation.
• Create a business process model at the appropriate level of detail.
• Evaluate and score processes for automation potential.
• Select high potential and high value processes, and create an implementation Roadmap.
• Create a Business Case and Change Management plan.
Scott is one of Australia’s most experienced business strategists and analytics specialists. Scott helps clients make excellent business strategy choices, and more effective use of information within their businesses to drive improved business results. Scott specialises in assisting clients deploy business process automation, outsourcing, and adoption of latest artificial intelligence areas to reduce costs and improve customer experience for strategic advantage.
Scott graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with degrees in Economics and Management. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Scott achieved senior partner roles within business consulting firms Accenture and IBM global business services, and has worked with clients across Australia, Asia, North America, and Europe.
• Business strategy and executive advisory.
• Data analytics/big data.
• Business process improvement and outsourcing.
• Robotic process automation and artificial intelligence.
Increasing rapid advancements in technology combined with changing social and business contexts creates both upside and downside risks to successful implementation and sustained acceptance of any technology including RPA. This talk outlines some of the factors (both barriers and drivers) that have been identified from research as affecting the successful implementation of other technologies. It will conclude by reviewing potential approaches that technology developers and potential customers can use to help ensure successful RPA adoption.Speaker profile
Maureen Hassall is an Associate Professor and director of UQ R!SK at The University of Queensland. Her research and consulting work focuses working collaboratively with industry to develop and apply innovative, practical and effective user-centred solutions to better address the range of current and future risks faced by industry including those associated with technology adoption. Maureen also provides risk management and human factors advice, education and training direct to industry and to undergraduate, Masters and PhD students at the university. She holds bachelor degrees in engineering and psychology, a MBA and PhD in Cognitive Systems Engineering. Prior to joining UQ, Maureen worked for more than 15 years in mining, processing and manufacturing industries in Australia, New Zealand and Canada.Maureen Hassall, Associate Professor and director of UQ R!SK, The University of Queensland
The main message I would want to stress on is how independent AI/Digital elements are getting leveraged at various intersection points, thus leading towards Smart Process Automation (advanced RPA).
The talk will be centred around the journey of RPA towards SPA.
The absolute essense of all information management and development discussions today is Data and Event Driven Architecture, or more simply Cloud Native. What if you had access to a platform that is optimized for Cloud Native Design while capable of operating in any public or private cloud; a foundation of stability for microservices. What if you could pause, migrate and resume any or all parts of your company on demand? Then you would have RPA operating as a governance framework providing the core enablement of Service Orchestrated Infrastructure.Speaker Profile
Keidrych is one of the top 10 in the Containerization space world-wide. Leveraging his deep background in Artificial Intelligence; DevOps and Infrastructure.Keidrych Anton-Oates, Chief Technology Officer, Taylored Technology
The University of Sydney is currently one of the fastest growing RPA hubs across the Asia-pacific region, doubling its capacity approximately every 6 months. Scaling using a highly industrialised and efficient approach is one of the main reasons that has allowed the hub to grow at such pace. This presentation will focus on the approach employed by the University of Sydney to achieve this as well as highlight some of the challenges experienced.Speaker profile
Tylor recently took up the role at the University of Sydney as Automation Team Lead. He previously worked at EY as a technology consultant focusing on Intelligent Automation projects (IA); his technical training with AI related programming languages (R, SQL) and Robotic Process Automation technologies (RPA) such as Blue Prism (Accredited Professional Developer) has enabled him to take technical lead roles on projects whilst at EY. Tylor is now focused on building up the Automation and Innovation Hub (AI Hub) at the University of Sydney to improve service delivery and the student experience.Tylor Bunting, Automation Team Lead, University of Sydney
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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