Welcome to the newest section of RPA Today. In partnership with UiPath, we have created a dedicated space on the website for fast video education & perspective with UiPath’s Chief Evangelist for the Americas, Chet Chambers.
Should I automate or wait for a human in the loop?
Can I just start automating and let my bot run or do I need a human to make sure it’s all running smoothly?
How EY cuts down on repetitive and high volume tasks in Finance & HR using RPA
Chet is joined by Aaron Rakes, the Intelligent Automation Solutions Leader at EY, to discuss simple ways to reduce time spent on repetitive tasks with Finance & Human Resources.
How do Chatbots interact with RPA?
Chet discusses ways that RPA can interact with and improve your Chatbots.
How do I Calculate the ROI of Robotics?
Chet talks about how you can systematically go about proving the ROI of RPA, while better understanding the economics of automation.
Can I start my RPA journey gradually?
Chet responds to a question about whether or not you can dive right into your RPA journey, or if you should start gradually. In addition, Chet details the five main areas that create value in a bot.
How to prevent scope creep from happening with RPA?
In this video, learn from Chet about the best ways to prevent scope creep within an organization, when implementing RPA.
Driving sustainable business results with Intelligent Automation
Join Chet in this 6 min video as he talks with David Smith of EY. See how David gets the automation light bulbs to turn on at Toyota. Learn how they have taken a horizontal approach with RPA, to get automation to go vertical, in their organization.
Applying an RPA COE to Finance, Customer Service and HR at Quest Diagnostics
Join Chet in this 2 min video as he talks with Sean Kent of Quest Diagnostics. Learn how Quest Diagnostics is saving millions of dollars after implementing RPA and a corresponding COE, using a federated model, with their own citizen developers.
Billions of Dollars saved by the Government with RPA
Join Chet as he talks with Jim Walker, UiPath’s Federal CTO to discuss how the Government is really committed to RPA. In this 5 min video, see how the GSA is not only building bots, but retraining their workforce and learn how UiPath is working in all levels of Government: Local, State & Federal.
RPA Should be Business and IT led
Join Chet as he talks with Keith Townsend, the IT Analyst & Strategist for The CTO Advisor, about the various C-suite roles in terms of implementing RPA on an enterprise level. In this 9 min video, one conclusion they both reached is that implementing RPA should be a marriage of business & IT the team.
Scaling RPA at Fitch Ratings
Join Chet as he talks with Scott Beach, Director of Intelligent Automation at Fitch Ratings. In this 6 min video, learn how Fitch Ratings has been able to scale their RPA initiatives at Fitch, such as data scraping 500 fields to create a Salesforce integration and more.
How Howard Hughes Automates Lease Abstraction
Join Chet as he talks with Sam Ragavachari of the Howard Hughes Corporation. In this 3 min video, Sam talks about how they are using RPA to automate the two hour manual process of ingesting paper leases, to just 10 min, while reducing errors and risk.
How the Dentsu Aegis Network uses Computer Vision to scale their global partnerships
Join Chet as he talks with Brian Klochkoff of Dentsu Aegis Network. In this 4 min video, Brian shares how the implementation of RPA in their internal COE, has saved 32,000+ hours of work. He also highlights their initiative to use Computer Vision and AI Fabric, allowing them to truly scale their global partnerships with Google, Microsoft & Amazon.
How IBM uses RPA to help create Intelligent Workflows
Chet talks with Chris Arrasmith, the Global Industry Solutions Leader at IBM, to discuss how IBM uses RPA to help create efficient intelligent workflows. Watch this 5 min video to learn how IBM is working with the insurance industry to create end to end claims solutions with highly complex workflows, keeping humans in the loop, as well as his insights for digital workers in the months ahead.