Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and innovation are synonymous. At UiPath, we’re eager to announce the launch of RPA Innovation Week, from July 23 to July 26 2018. The event translates into four major daily webinars delivered together with leading analysts, partners and specialists, dedicated to vision as a catalyst for change and market leadership.
First, on July 23, you will dive into a full hour with Craig Le Clair (VP, Forrester) and Bobby Patrick (CMO, UiPath) as they examine what’s in store for RPA for the next 12 months, a period in which scaling software robot operations becomes critical, as the human-and-robot collaboration turns mainstream. Where Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is Going is a webinar that will equip you with the information you need to understand Enterprise RPA holistically.
July 24 is dedicated to the fusion between Machine Learning (ML) and RPA. Join Boris Krumrey, Chief Robotics Officer at UiPath, and Eduardo Gonzalez, VP Engineering at Skymind, in the Working with Custom Built ML models and UiPath webinar as they explore how integrating custom-built Machine and Deep Learning models with the UiPath RPA Platform provides an enterprise-ready solution for the automation of complex, decision driven business processes.
Next, on July 25, Vargha Moayed, Chief Strategy Officer at UiPath, will take you through the Crossing the Chasm from Pilot to Full Scale RPA Deployment webinar. You’ll learn the methodology for implementing Robotic Process Automation - the dos and don’ts of an RPA deployment as a plan that fits all the right business angles, that’s fully scalable and a sustainable choice for the future.
Finally, July 26 is the day for learning from the professor Mary Lacity (Walton College of Business) and Param Kahlon (Chief Product Officer, UiPath) during the Scaling Your RPA and Developing a Risk Management Plan webinar. See how RPA plays a fundamental role in the future plans of any company, as it helps reduce the risks of process execution, while reaping substantial operational benefits at scale, speed and breadth.
We hope these topics have caught your interest, irrespective of the stage in which you are with your RPA project - from research, to pilot, to deployment, to full scale.