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Financial Services to Take Centre Stage at the Robotic Process Automation Breakfast Series

Posted by Chris Gayner on 10/10/16 05:36

Over the past week we’ve been more than a little pleased to see our new RPA-breakfast-series.pngRobotic Process Automation (RPA) breakfast series come to life, with RSVP’s flowing in fast. The new breakfast series will run quarterly and will aim to address different verticals at event, and will start with a focus on financial services on Tuesday, November 1st. If you’re a senior executive member of the financial services community in the UK and would like to hear more about this event, drop us a line and we’ll send you more detail.

Our focus on the financial services sector is both timely and topical. As a sector that is experiencing unprecedented levels of disruption driven by regulatory pressures and customers demanding better service, it is also a community that often struggles to manage these new requirements due to legacy technologies and inefficient back office operations.

Our attendees will be joining others in London to learn more about RPA, and to discuss several current RPA implementations and what business benefits they are delivering in financial services. For those who are not actively using RPA within the workplace, we’ll discuss which areas in financial services may be most suited for automation, while also sharing some of the challenges and risks associated with scaling RPA. We’ll also offer lessons learned, pitfalls to avoid, and practical tips for approaching RPA.

Michael Brady, project manager at esure, will be our guest presenter at the event, offering insights and lessons learned from his experience of successfully implementing RPA within esure.

If you would like to register your interest to attend the breakfast, or if you’d like to be kept updated on breakfasts to follow in the series, get in touch today. If you’d like to find out more about RPA in financial services but can’t make the event, click here to get in touch today.

The Robotic Process Automation Breakfast series begins on Tuesday, November 1st.

Topics: Banking, Non-specific to a Challenge / Theme, Insurance, Announcements, Non-specific to a Function

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