Seminar: Robotic Process Automation as a Key Element of Digital Transformation

20 JUNE 2019 - Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a relatively new technology, which allows companies to easily and quickly automate activities in various areas, such as finance, operations, customer service, HR, compliance and other disciplines. This is digital reality which shakes up modern business world.

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Would you like to automate repetitive tasks with no errors and 24/7 performance? During this seminar you will find out how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) aims to innovate processes, saves time and lets you focus on higher value work, ultimately resulting in increasing employees’ satisfaction as well as satisfaction of your clients.

If you are interested to learn more, you are welcome to join our business breakfast session on 20th of June.

Our speaker is Martin Vaross. He is a partner at Mazars Slovakia and the leader of the Mazars Robotics Center. He has 19 years of experience in innovation and digital agenda, robotic process automation, business process optimization, process mining, risk management and system integration.

This session is particularly appropriate for:

CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Heads of back offices, Heads of HR, CIOs .

Topics under discussion

  • What is robotic process automation, what it is … and isn’t.
  • How RPA fits into the digital transformation agenda.
  • How you as a company and as an employee can benefit from RPA.
  • RPA use cases, which processes can be automated, and which industries are the most affected.
  • Explanation and demonstration of real life implementations.

Date and location

Thursday 20th of June 2019
Mazars Rotterdam | Watermanweg 80 | 3067 GG Rotterdam

Programme

08.30 a.m. | Reception with breakfast 
09.00 a.m. | Session
11.00 a.m. | Wrap-up

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Digital Transformation & Technology

New technologies and digital developments are bringing changes to every organisation. How you're going to deal with these issues is an important question – not just for you, but for your customers, shareholders, employees and suppliers. Words like cloud, analytics, blockchain and robotics are popping up all the time these days. What's the best way to incorporate these developments into your strategy? What possibilities for improvement do they offer to your organisation and business operations? How can you attract and retain talent? And how can available data be turned into insights to help you move forward? In other words – what opportunities do these developments offer you?