THE 7-YEAR HITCH: A NEW DIRECTIVE FOR ROBOTIC PROCESS AUTOMATION

13 NOVEMBER 2019 | THE DORCESTER, LONDON

 

 

 

EVENT DETAILS

 

HFS Think Tank | The 7-Year Hitch: A New Directive for Robotic Process Automation

Date: Wednesday, 13 November 2019 

Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 

Venue: The Dorchester Hotel, 53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1QA   

Chairman: Phil Fersht, CEO & Chief Analyst, HFS Research 

Co-Host: Pat Geary, Chief Evangelist, Blue Prism 

Guest Analyst: Miriam Deasy, Research Director, HFS Research 

Delegates: Twenty five (25) thought leaders and enterprise executives in RPA / Integrated Automation 

 

 

 

 

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A DAY OF RECKONING FOR RPA...

 

After enduring seven years of overwhelming hype and underwhelming results on RPA, it’s time for a fresh, realistic robotic automation directive. Now we’ve learned the ugly truth – that we’ve simply succeeded in using RPA to move data around a bit faster with less manual intervention, rather than rewire our business processes entirely – a renewed vision is critical if we are to achieve a truly digital workforce.

On October 2, 2019, HFS CEO and Chief Analyst Phil Fersht called out the main players in the RPA market, highlighting no less than 25 principles that need to be addressed if they are to lead enterprises away from basic task automation towards genuine AI value.

These 25 tenets will be central to the discussion at the upcoming HFS Think Tank, delivering RPA’s first serious reality-check since we jointly coined the term seven years ago. Supported by key knowledge experts from Blue Prism, we’ll also be drawing on the insights and experience of a distinguished group of thought leaders and industry change agents spanning enterprise, advisory and academia. 

This convergence of the very best from across RPA ecosystem will enable us to draw up a new directive for the industry, defining the future shape of the automation landscape that forms the backbone of the hyperconnected economy. 

Welcome to the New Dawn


 

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53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 1QA

 

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