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