UiPath, the leading enterprise Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, is pleased to announce its presence at the 4th Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum, one of only eight companies invited to participate in this flagship event of the Saïd Business School. Held in Oxford on March 2nd, the forum will count Boris Krumrey, UiPath’s Chief Robotics Officer, on its lineup of panellist speakers.
At the company’s booth, UiPath representatives will introduce entrepreneurs, investors and representatives of UK’s start-up community to the UiPath Academic Alliance, the company’s programme aimed at empowering people from all walks of life - pupils, university students, educators and business professionals alike - to access automation training and leverage it in the workplace of the future.
Under its Automation First initiative, the UiPath Academic Alliance is committed to serving more than one million students and one thousand schools in the next three years, driving the company’s vision for an automated and fully-employed world.
Part of the inspirational day of sessions, an interactive expert panel discussion dedicated to The Rise of the Robots will include Boris Krumrey talking about trends in the RPA industry, and how it will reshape the workplace of the future.
Boris Krumrey said:
We are at the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution, and from the automation journeys of our customers and partners, we know that RPA is here to stay. In fact, it has become the foundation to accelerate the digital transformation of any Enterprise System Environments and the actual work of people using these systems. UiPath is dedicated to providing automation as a productivity tool to everyone, and I look forward to meeting students, entrepreneurs, and innovators.