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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a software technology used to automate business processes by replicating human actions in systems and applications. Organisations build a workforce of digital robots capable of completing rule-based tasks enabling end-to-end, unattended and autonomous automation, with enterprise security & scalability.
As a modern technology, RPA is gaining rapid global adoption and leading New Zealand enterprises now have active RPA programmes including four out of five of NZ’s largest banks, DHB’s and Telco’s.
This presentation will include:
• Understanding RPA:
What RPA does and how it works
• Global and New Zealand market adoption:
Global market size, adoption by sector and global growth. New Zealand adoption overview.
• New Zealand use cases:
Use case examples from New Zealand organisations.
• Global claims and the reality of benefits in New Zealand:
Global benefits claims contrasted with the practical realities of New Zealand implementations and benefits experienced in New Zealand.
• How RPA fits with existing enterprise architecture:
As a technology that works very differently to traditional automation technologies, RPA works with enterprise architecture in a unique way.
• RPA Delivery versus traditional software delivery:
Understanding the differences between traditional software delivery and RPA delivery, and key considerations to reduce risk and achieve successful delivery outcomes
General Manager Delivery, Quanton
Maurice is a Senior I.T Leader, possessing a Masters, Management, Post Grad International Strategy and Leadership
Maurice has been in I.T for 25 years, with a career spanning the full SDLC, with most of this time focussing on project, programme and team management.
12 Years spent in I.T project teams including solutions design and delivery and product ownership. Vendor and customer side experience. Direct exposure to a wide range of sectors including Health, Finance, Banking, Insurance, Manufacturing, Utilities and Agri-business.