You’ve heard of RPA, but do you know what it actually takes to bring a robot to life and apply it to a common procurement task?
At the upcoming SIG Summit occurring from March 13th-16th at Amelia Island, Florida, Symphony will present the keynote session, RPA in Action: Your Robot Recruits Revealed.
Leading RPA pure play Symphony will work with SIG members Honda North America, Denali Sourcing Services, and PeopleTicker to automate a common business process using Blue Prism. Over the course of the Summit, we will digitize – right before your eyes – the manual and paper-based process of identifying, selecting, hiring and onboarding a skilled worker. In real-time we will demonstrate how to liberate a talent acquisition professional from transactional tasks and allow them to do what they do best – discover and source high-end talent.
Throughout the course of the Summit, we will check in regularly with the project team, to see exactly how a process goes from a business case to a live robot. Attendees will also have a chance to visit the team as they craft and configure the robots in a dedicated Configuration Lab onsite. The project will wrap up with a final presentation, showing what was achieved over the course of the event. On a deadline to program a robot in real-time, the ‘RPA in Action’ event is unlike any Summit session we’ve ever presented.
The session will be led by Symphony COO, David Brain. David is a process and automation expert who has gained recognition as the preeminent expert in Robotic Process Automation, recently being named ‘Consultant of the Year 2016’ by the Global Sourcing Association for his work in transforming international organizations through deploying Future of Work technologies and methodologies. As COO, David leads the global consulting, implementation and managed services teams within Symphony.
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