Cost reductions and process efficiencies are at the forefront of organizational goals. Join us as we explore how automations can be leveraged within finance and accounting.
It is no surprise that organizations are increasingly adopting automation and agile methodologies to allow their employees to focus on more strategic tasks. One form of automation that is growing dramatically is Intelligent Process Automation (IPA).
By now, many likely have heard about Robotics Process Automation (RPA) whereby a ‘bot’ is programmed to execute a set of recurring interactions with systems in a transparent, secured, and auditable fashion with the primary objective of creating process efficiencies, reducing risk of manual error, and potentially reducing the related operating cost.
IPA takes this a level further by teaching this ‘bot’ to recognize patterns from its processing that otherwise would remain undetected and learn how to handle exceptions or further streamline such tasks.
Finance and Accounting is uniquely positioned to leverage IPA and RPA given their role as data stewards over financial information as well as key resources for generating invaluable insights through analytics for the broader organization it serves.
In this session, we review the fundamentals if IPA and RPA, explore the potential use cases where Finance and Accounting can accelerate adoption and demonstrate IPA/RPA in action
When: November 17, 2021, 12 – 1pm ET
Where: Virtual / Online