Post-Conference Workshops – 18 June 2020

9:00 am - 11:30 am Workshop D: An RPA Scale up Guide: Rolling out Robotics into Enterprise Operations

 After successfully roll out your 1st batch RPA projects, how do you scale up the RPA capabilities across enterprise wide to deliver business-wide impact?
Learning outcomes:
·         Exploring the challenges in moving from prototype to scaled execution
·         Understanding how to operate RPA at-scale compared to normal business processes
·         Considering the roadmap to scaling and operating an RPA capability through centres-ofexcellence with reference to a number of international case studies
·         Developing your Center of Excellence to manage and coordinate upcoming RPA projects
·         Building internal knowledge and capabilities
·         How to manage your digital workforce in scale

12:30 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop E: Automating End to End Process with RPA and ICR

Workshop E: Automating End to End Process with RPA and ICR
This workshop step-by-step interactive workshop the benefits and risks of pressing forward with cognitive robotics, covers a tick list of what you should be assessing and covers other necessary knowledge to ensure the success of your cognitive RPA pilot projects.
Learning outcomes:
•               Understanding the potential approaches and benefits of RPA and ICR
•               Evaluating risks and how to manage them
•               Engaging stakeholders in identifying opportunities for RPA and ICR adoption
•               Planning a successful cognitive RPA pilot initiative: Outlining the proof of concept, testing the solution and analysing results
•               Re-evaluating operating model and overall technology architecture

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop F: Cognitive RPA & RPA for Shared Services

Krishna Ramachandran - Head of RPA, Philips
This workshop will explore what it takes to incorporate RPA into the shared services environment and the business benefits it unleashes, in addition to discussing what enterprises can do to build digital operations of the future.
Learning outcomes:
·         Explore cognitive & RPAimplementation opportunities in shared services such as Finance, HR, Procurement and IT
·         Strategic cognitive & RPA implementation in shared services from selecting the right processes, defining rules and extracting relevant data to vendor selection and piloting
·         How can shared services professionals work cross-functionally to maximise the benefits of cognitive & RPA for the overall business?
·         Developing a comprehensive stakeholder management program to gain complete buy-in from employees and management
·         How can shared services leverage cognitive & RPA to truly drive value?
·         The road ahead: How to apply cognitive capabilities in shared services and the difference with RPA application

Krishna Ramachandran

Head of RPA