Many large enterprises see their existing business models as constrained. It is easy to feel burdened by legacy systems, outdated customer commitments and huge volumes of fragmented data. But how can we instead view these very same things as assets – rather than a burden – in order to market new products, services and ways of working? The answer is to unleash the digital entrepreneurs. In this session, learn how RPA can be used strategically to help progress AI beyond a sterile “brain in a jar” and become a fully integrated part of the enterprise.
The potential benefits of IA/RPA are undisputed, but 90%+ of companies struggle to make these a reality at any sense of scale. If your business has the ambition to grow its IA/RPA practice but cannot afford to waste time and effort on further failed projects, this interactive session could help bring some clarity and new ideas. We will be discussing:
RPA is by now on most large companies’ strategic and tactical radars, however as the technology slowly moves beyond the peak of inflation and through disillusionment we are starting to uncover some of the drawbacks. We often see the technology experiencing challenges at scale, especially in highly regulated areas. This talk will focus on some of the difficulties you can encounter when implementing RPA in a regulated market and some practical insights from a pharmaceutical company on how to succeed.
Process discovery is one of the most important parts of the RPA funnel as it provides not only the foundation but the fuel for RPA initiatives, however, it’s also one of the most difficult & stakeholder heavy as well. Continuously feeding the RPA pipeline with process ideas then choosing the right ones for automation is a risky and difficult task. One of the key questions you can ask is: am I automating the right processes? CloudStorm as a successful RPA vendor helps companies in their process discovery efforts at scale to find the right processes for automation.