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Shoptalk - Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Real World Consulting

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Hugh Abbott of B2E Consulting will discuss the business case for machines replacing people

  
​A Robotic Process Automation Case Study

This case study features one of the world's largest retailers - and a struggle with a 20 year old database.  Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a key technology that unlocks the door for heavily manual processes.  However, the key lesson from this case study is surprising!  It flies in the face of the marketing pitch you may hear from RPA suppliers.

Hugh Abbott, the Practice Lead for Intelligent Automation at B2E Consulting, will lay bare the whole project:

- the business case and return on investment

- the manual process architecture

- the automated process architecture

This is a great opportunity to learn more about how machine learning and intelligent automation can yield savings of up to 80%.  Come along and hear from one of today's leaders in this rapidly developing field.

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Please note that this event is "cash on the door" to cover the venue and food. Please bring £15 per person.

Dress code is Business Attire

April 10th, 2018 5:30 PM
The Counting House
50 Cornhill
London, EC3V 3PD
Reservations (no charge) £ 0.00

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