Beginners Master Class RPA 101 - Getting Started On Your Automation Journey: Sunday, 4 February 2018
9:00 am - 2:00 pmVincent Vloemans - Global IT – Heineken CFO Domain HEINEKEN Global
The content of the workshop will cover an introduction to robotic process automation (RPA) including; defining robotics, different levels of automation, exploring the benefits, opportunities and advantages of implementation, in addition to common mistakes and what to look out for.
Topics will include:
- The difference between RPA, Intelligent Automation (IA), Machine Learning, Cognitive Computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) plus value leavers of each (theory)
- Build your own Bot! (practical)
- Where to apply it in your own company (group break out)
- Process mapping (theory)
- Things to consider and steps for achieving proof of concept (POC) (theory)
- Process selection and change management – how to get started? (Q&A)
- Building a value proposition and business case for RPA (theory, group discussion)
- What happens next? (Q&A)
Join this master class and walk away with answers to these and more pressing questions including:
- Is there a business case for automation within my department?
- Will automation achieve the forecasted improvements to the business?
- How will RPA help my business to achieve these benefits?
Seats available: 25
Seats at this workshop are limited and must be booked in advance.
Breakfast refreshments, morning break and lunch will be provided.
So what happens next?
So you now know how to complete a successful pilot and you want to start thinking about scaling up for enterprise-wide benefits. How would you go about
- What will change for your managers and your auditors?
- How will this affect your governance model?
- How do you start to address large scale change management?
For answers to all these questions and more make sure you join Vincent’s 2-hour Advanced Master Class taking place at 2:00 PM on 7 February 2018.
Vincent VloemansGlobal IT – Heineken CFO Domain
The published programme is correct at time of printing. However, given the seniority of our speakers and the nature of their roles, speakers may subsequently substitute or remove themselves from the programme. This is always regrettable, and we will always try to replace the speaker with a speaker with equivalent insight.