Monday 30th March 2020
Robotics in finance is no longer a ‘dream’ and in fact, now companies are integrating robotics into finance at scale. As finance teams attempt to generate more value, agility and also drive attention to more complex and strategic initiatives, robotics has become part of the answer to ‘enablement’.
As many finance teams are asking ‘where do we start’, or ‘it sounds like a good idea, but where is the value’, Michael Flanderka will be using this webinar to help pioneering finance teams embrace the expansion of robotics in finance through demonstrating genuine use cases, calling-out robotics 'myths' and also sharing powerful learnings from multiple Robotics and Automation projects.
In fact, this webinar will be unique in its honesty and insight in relation to 'lessons learned' as it will not only leverage Michael's 'vendor agnostic, multi-tool’ experience but also capture real life client-side considerations as Michael will be accompanied by his client, Darren Timms Group Financial Controller for Aurizon Ltd. Darren has been exploring the how best to leverage robotics in finance for over 2 years on behalf of Aurizon - Australia's largest rail freight operator provider with a market capitalisation of $10bn and a ASX top 50 company.
Michael and Darren's insight into quick win use cases, lessons learned and 'target end state' will be invaluable for all attendees.
This webinar included:
• Robotics case study: discussion of real use cases, outcomes achieved and lessons learnt.
• Where to start and how to move from a tactical use cases to a strategic 'robotics enabled' end state
• An overview of key factors to consider in your business case for robotics beyond headcount reduction
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