How RPA is Shaping IT Delivery in the Public Sector

How RPA is Shaping IT Delivery in the Public Sector

An exclusive roundtable hosted by SBL with Automation Anywhere

SBL understands the pressure on IT departments to improve operational efficiency through technology. But your business isn’t just about being efficient. Public Sector organisations are focused on improving – and providing better access to – services for citizens, as well as lowering costs, and they’re all looking to IT to help.

Organisations across Government, Healthcare and the wider public sector process large volumes of data and documents every day, much of it manually. Repetitive, manual processes slow down employees and the services they provide to the public. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can automate repetitive tasks, freeing employees to focus on the things only humans do well.

Learn how to create a highly secure, scalable, and reliable Digital Workforce leveraging RPA at SBL’s roundtable event with Automation Anywhere.

You also get the opportunity to get hands on with a new technology during the Build-a-Bot. In less than 40 minutes, you’ll build a software bot yourself and get a better idea of how RPA can be applied in your organisation.

Please join us to network with like-minded peers and learn why RPA should be part of your 2020 budget and beyond.

Automate ANY business process

Dramatically lower operating costs with zero error rates

Scale on demand to increase business agility

Deploy and deliver ROI in a matter of days

Where & When

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Automation Anywhere Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London
March 4th : 12pm – 4pm

Agenda

12.00pm – Registration
12.15pm – Welcome – Joel Berwitz – Digital Solutions Director, SBL
12.45pm – How RPA is shaping delivery within Public Sector – James Dening – VP & Digital Worker Evangelist, Automation Anywhere
13.15pm – Facilitated roundtable discussion
14.15pm – Build-a-Bot A2019 – AAU
15.00pm – Drinks in the bar
16.00pm – Carriages

Register for our RPA Public Sector Event