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Robotic Process Automation for Professionals

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Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a technique for automating business processes using artificial intelligence (AI). It’s an increasingly popular method of increasing performance and efficiency of automatable business processes in enterprises, regardless of size. The results of a 2018 Deloitte Global RPA Survey showed that “53% of respondents have already started their RPA journey” and that the “benefits of RPA adoption are significant”, with reported payback at less than 12 months.

That should be incentive enough to begin your own RPA journey, whether you own your own business or are an employee looking to add more to the list of skills that your employer might find useful. That’s why Robotic Process Automation for Professionals workshop will be made available to those needing to acquire some degree of expertise in RPA. It will be a 3.5-hour workshop that will be conducted on June 27, 2019, which will be Day 1 of Big Data & AI Conference, a 3-day conference on Big Data and artificial intelligence that will be held in Dallas, Texas, from June 27 – 29, 2019.

The workshop will be conducted by Dr. Edward Peters, the Founder of Data Discovery Sciences. For complete information on the workshop, visit the Robotic Process Automation for Professionals workshop page.

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