We recently hosted our virtual RPA Breakfast session – an interactive discussion forum with fantastic attendees.

Below you can watch extracts from the session. If you wish to view the presentation used, please click here.

1. Introduction

2. History of RPA and UiPath

3. The embracent way

4. RPA, IA and the automation evolution

5. Example processes to automate

6. Perspective on Tech & Maturity Curve

7. Benefits of IA

8. Invoice Matching Demo

9. Loading into Finance System Demo

10. Questions on RPA

11. Reporting Use Case

12. Governance

13. Final Questions and Closing Comments

Do you want to find out more about how RPA can help your business?

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