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Advances in technology mean that RPA and Artifical Intelligence are being explored all the time.
To get a better idea of the RPA landscape, the PEX Network and SSON surveyed our audience of senior professionals to see how their companies are approaching automation.
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Boots Presentation: Case Study - Pilot Automation Case Study: What should a successful RPA pilot scheme look like?
Laura Southam, Robotics Process Automation Manager, Finance Shared Services, Boots
Laura joined us at the 2017 RPA & AI Exchange to speak about her RPA piloting journey at Boots. She demonstrated what a successful RPA pilot scheme should look like and explained some of the obstacles you are likely to face when starting your journey. Boots have automated 9 processes so far and are continuing to develop their RPA programme in Laura’s capable hands! A great success story which, judging by all the photos of the slides that were taken, you can certainly learn a lot from.
School of Economics and Political Science Presentation: RPA The Real Risks and Smart Actions of Leading Companies
Lesley Wilcox, Professor of Technology Work and Globalisation, School of Economics and Political Science offered a fresh view on RPA & AI, sharing some ‘lessons learnt’ stories with us from the numerous case studies he has researched over the years. He even tackled some of the myths surrounding RPA & AI with surprising revelations. Moreover, Professor Wilcox was able to break down the facts for us: what RPA can really do for your business; the risks of implementing RPA and how to get stakeholder buy in.