18 - 20 March, 2019 | Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, Copenhagen, Denmark

Workshop Day - Monday 18th March 2019

Delegates and Speakers can join 3/6 workshops throughout the Workshop Day. Each workshop lasts 1h45 and is a mixture of presentation, Q&A and interaction. Limited to just 25 attendees, workshops are a fantastic opportunity to deep dive into the hottest topics of your choice in an intimate environment that provides learning through both thought-leadership and collaboration.

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration and Networking

9:00 am - 10:30 am Workshop 1: Combine RPA with technologies within your ecosystem to create a platform that will harness growth

  • Dive deep into combining BPA and RPA to achieve a sophisticate Intelligent Process Automation landscape
  • Engaging with the process automation initiative
  • Delivering solutions with no code approach
  • Revisit the risk possibilities for your process automation initiative
  • Develop a hybrid model to drive process improvement
  • L.A.R.: Lean, Automate, Robotize

Fernando dos Santos Nunes

Process Automation Architect
MAN Energy Solutions

9:00 am - 10:30 am Workshop A: Assess your opportunities to automate as an SME

•Train developers to produce bots at scale which can be tailored to your needs and capabilities
•Ensure you embed a culture of collaboration that will drive conviction and change management
•Move from quantity to quality: Developing fewer but bigger bots than can manage more complex tasks
•Build process robots that can extract data from documents and perform intelligent tasks such as pay invoices

Brian Thomas Scherlund, Digitisation Consultant at Statens IT

Brian Thomas Scherlund

Digitisation Consultant
Statens IT

10:30 am - 11:00 am Networking Break


  • Business Process Discovery – scoping and process step identification, application identification, inputs, outputs and blueprint creation
  • Business Process Analysis – how to ensure a detailed data driven AS-IS business process and analyze the process to identify business process challenges and automation candidates
  • Business Process Redesign – why and how to go from AS-IS business process to the improved TO-BE business process to prevent automating an inefficient process and in order to select appropriate RPA candidates
  • RPA Implementation – design and document RPA specifications based on previous steps.
  • Business Process Monitoring – how to continually monitor, analyze and understand the process to ensure efficiency and enable continuous automation improvements



Carsten Christiansen, Senior Business Development Manager at Bizcon

Carsten Christiansen

Senior Business Development Manager
Bizcon

Jesper Sørensen, Vice President at Bizcon

Jesper Sørensen

Vice President
Bizcon

Alexandru Timar, Consultant at Bizcon

Alexandru Timar

Consultant
Bizcon

Anders Mortensen, Chief Executive Officer at Bizcon

Anders Mortensen

Chief Executive Officer
Bizcon

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop 2: Secure a robot for cross-functional processes

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Workshop B: What RPA should look like and how to measure your success

  • Dive deep into combining BPA and RPA to achieve a sophisticate Intelligent Process Automation landscape
  • Engaging with the process automation initiative
  • Delivering solutions with no code approach
  • Revisit the risk possibilities for your process automation initiative
  • Develop a hybrid model to drive process improvement
  • L.A.R.: Lean, Automate, Robotize

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Afternoon Refreshments

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop 3: Attended and Unattended RPA: How the two used together will aid decision-makers and workflow

  • Leaner, tactical attended RPA: Why attended RPA is better if you are just getting started
  • Larger, more strategic unattended RPA: The long-term business potential of unattended RPA
  • Why the combination of attended and unattended RPA is workflow optimisation at its finest

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop C: Why people need to be maximised to achieve significant results

  • Start slow in order to plan for steady growth
  • The importance of knowledge transfer and departmental organisation
  • Recruitment and internal training as a precursor for long-term success and the intrinsic need for standardised frameworks
  • The benefits of gathering RPA competence in one centre

Grete Tveit

Head of Intelligent Automation
Broadnet

5:00 pm - 5:05 pm End of Workshop Day