Reeds Jewelers CIO, Arthur Phidd, asserts that in order to make the business case for RPA you must have a successful use case. If you don’t know the use case, then you can’t predict the ROI. In this session, he will discuss his past successes selecting the right use case across the banking industry, and his current work transforming Reeds Jewelers through RPA. This includes but Isn’t limited to:
With the advent of Google’s new workflow automation tool, the technology has gained a new level of accessibility. As low-code, no-code tools become easier to use, a cheaper alternative, and more popular for solving common administrative tasks, automation executives must be cognizant of steering grass-roots use. This session will discuss:
After deploying robotic process automation, how can organizations measure and assess ROI? This session will discuss how executives can ensure they’re tracking automation and the metrics used to calculate ROI and adjust ROI and forecasting accordingly. This session will tackle:
that everyone is able to visually connect, V-IDGs help senior business leaders get face-to-face time with like-minded people, experiencing similar current challenges. When executive decision makers are facing many of the shared problems across departments, industries, and countries, it’s imperative that they share their found pieces of the jig-saw puzzle. Only then can they collectively start piecing together the whole picture.
TOPIC: Does Scaling RPA always Equal ROI?