Document Automation at the Core of Cognitive RPA

Date :July 24, 2018 01:00 pm EST
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Understand the impact of document automation at the core of cognitive Robotic Process Automation (RPA) on operations and how to speed up its ROI by improving business process efficiency through automating repetitive office work. Find out how to close the gap between document automation project launch and goal realization based on actual use cases.

Industry experts identify the best candidates for document process automation and based on daily workflows, explore the automation technology options available today using specific business examples. Most enterprises are in the initial stage of document automation in RPA and have automated highly structured processes such as those involved in IT or finance.  Some enterprises are moving toward the next phase of document automation that adds intelligence to the business workflow.  By initiating the RPA process with advanced data extraction technology, quality data is ensured from the get-go.  Documents are analyzed to locate the correct information, the data extracted and verified, and then this verified data is directed to the right business systems. This cognitive RPA requires sophisticated machine learning technologies including automated classification and data extraction that uses a variety of techniques such as visual analysis, text analysis and even natural language processing for truly unstructured documents and images. 


This webinar will provide the audience with: 

1.   An understanding of the current state of document automation in cognitive RPA application deployment

2.   A vision of how close the gap between RPA document automation project launch and goal realization

3.   Examples of business processes that have been improved by leveraging cognitive RPA with document automation at its core.

4.   Identify task candidates for document automation and explore the best-suited technology given specific business needs.