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Best Practices in RPA Program Governance and Control
More and more enterprises are enabling business growth by digitizing business operations and automating routine business processes with robotic process automation (RPA). As RPA adoption continues to grow, organizations must understand how to develop and implement frameworks to enable consistency and quality around RPA programs.
During this webinar, we will:
- Briefly describe RPA and explain how it is enabling a more productive workforce.
- Discuss RPA program-level challenges/roadblocks and related mitigating strategies.
- Outline key operational RPA risks and best practices in business processes and IT controls.
Tony is a managing director in the Protiviti Supply Chain Solutions Practice. He is a distinguished consulting executive with supply chain qualifications achieved through experiences in industry, management consulting and outsourcing environments. Tony has particular strength in business transformation focusing on cost reduction, risk, and compliance initiatives, collaborating with business leaders to effectively reduce cost and drive compliance. He has been providing supply chain solutions to Fortune 100 companies for 20+ years across a variety of industries.
Prior to joining Protiviti in June 2012, Ben worked for the Summit County Internal Audit Department for four years, where he was responsible for performing both IT and operational audits. He has a Bachelors of Science in Finance and currently holds the CISA, CIA, and CMA certifications.
Chet was a successful early adopter of RPA technology, back when functioning robots were still science fiction to most people. He saved his employer, VHA, millions by analyzing data on a previously impossible scale. Soon after, he moved to an executive role at HP, partnering with UiPath to deploy 224 robots in under a year. He was so smitten with UiPath that he joined the company as a Chief Evangelist – helping UiPath customers scale their RPA initiatives.
9:00 a.m. PT
10:00 a.m. MT
11:00 a.m. CT
12:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 60 minutes
CPE credits offered: 1.2 CPE credits for qualifying attendees
Contact Lark Scheierman at [email protected] with questions.