Your Toolkit To Boost ROI and Scale Robotic & Intelligent Process Automation
While a lot of Australian businesses begun assessing, adopting and delivering Robotic Process Automation capability into their back, middle and front office operations a couple of years back, the technology hasn’t necessarily stacked up to the FTE and cost efficiency claims being envisioned by vendors and adopters alike.
That being said, there are a more than a handful adoption cases showcasing the commercial benefits of adopting RPA pinpointing the ROI challenge towards delivery strategy and adoption methodology at large businesses. With RPA technology only set to become cheaper by the license and more intuitive for business owners to adopt, the 5th Robotic and Intelligent Automation Melbourne Summit returns with a 100% case study packed agenda to provide you tangible answers to:
- Creating an effective opportunity identification and automation maturity roadmap
- Transitioning automation projects into business-as-usual activities
- Identifying opportunities for RPA to be complimented with machine learning, OCR and NLP
- Tying ROI to RPA projects through effective IT, change and business engagement strategies
Vice President and Unit Head of Intelligent Process Automation
BDO Unibank Inc
Head Process Automation and Robotics
AI and Automation Lead
Robotics Process and Cognitive Automation Capability Lead
General Manager Automation & Innovation
University of Sydney
Head of Process Improvement & Automation
Associate Director, Service Improvement University Services Continuous Improvement and Robotic Process Automation
University of Melbourne
Senior Manager Continuous Improvement and Enterprise Projects and Business Performance
80% new speaker line up engage in networking opportunities with some of Australia’s RPA senior decision makers from industries of education, BFSI, Manufacturing, Retail and more
International Speakers from the likes of Sony (Philippines), Mars (China) and Credit Suisse (USA) who are leading in the space to learn practical ways of RPA and intelligent automation through real case studies and best practice
Answering the key question and analyzing new trends: The application of RPA and more cognitive tools and advice on scope, scalability, implementation, transformation, change management. Your A-Z from finding the right opportunities, scaling and evolving RPA to the next step.
100% Case Study Driven Focusing on tangible outcome driven case studies
Featuring Key Case Studies…
Creating a Strategic, Long Term Vision
Australian Unity will talk on finding pain points and defining metrics to manage performance and drive impactful business results. This has led to 100% ROI and $2.5 million in benefit.
Scaling End to End Automation
Telstra present their case of dramatic scale of 0 to 150+ automations to increase productivity and customer experience.
Change and Culture Management
Coca-Cola Amatil will be talking about how their case for RPA and change had strong business stakeholder advocacy and support from the right external partners.
Driving a Great CX while Reducing Costs
Seafolly will be talking about optimizing their business through automation to remove pressure on margins and drive profitability which ultimately drives a greater CX.
Past Attendees Say it Best
I really enjoyed the overall conference. The content was great and the speakers were excellent.General Manager Customer service, Equifax
Rewarding and Educational event with some good ideas and contacts madeHead of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, Western Power
Best conference I have been to for many years being insightful, informative and collaborativeICT Strategy Manager, OZ Minerals
Found most of the presentation insightful and I see more institutions adopting AI and ML moving forwardBusiness Intelligence Specialist, Macquarie Uni
The conference was a valuable experience and I would definitely recommend itCommonwealth Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development
Great content and organisation, would recommend others to attendChief Data Officer - Australia / New Zealand, Flight Centre Travel Group
The conference was well organised I mostly valued the contacts and networking I learned a lot about other experiences and how my organisation compares to othersManager Finance Business Improvement, Curtin University
The conference experience was thought provoking and insightful with the networking and user experiences enlightening.Group Financial Controller, Ports of Auckland
Great networking opportunities, a fresh interesting ideas from the speakers.Agile Project Manager, Smart Salary