Date: January 26, 2017
Time: 01:00 PM EST
Subject Area: Specialized Knowledge*
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Many executives have heard the term Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Although sometimes misinterpreted due to the absence of robots, RPA software is a powerful tool to perform manual, time-consuming, rules-based office tasks more efficiently by reducing cycle time and at lower costs than other automation solutions. Join us for an overview of RPA.
Robotic Process Automation allows separate business units within a company to customize solutions to rapidly digitize processes, delivering significant and sustainable value in short timeframes while reducing overall risks. By deploying these intelligent RPA operations at the business unit level, managers can support repetitive processes without conforming to centralized standards, thus achieving efficiencies and cost savings while preserving flexibility.
Principal, PwC’s Strategy&
Rodger is a principal for Strategy&, part of the PwC network, where he is a leader in the PwC strategy and operations practice and enterprise profitability practice. He brings value to clients by developing growth strategies by aligning costs with business strategy and building operational capabilities. Rodger has 25 years of experience in business and operational strategy, enterprise profitability and operations, quality systems design, and implementation.
Managing Director, PwC
Tom leads a group of professionals who advise clients on the effective use of robotic process automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence in service delivery models to achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness for client companies. He serves as a subject matter expert on client initiatives involving a variety of issues including risk assessment, process improvement, and transformative strategies involving new technologies such as RPA, cognitive solutions, and business models.