Companies are currently experiencing the shockwaves of high-speed automation disrupting their business models, pushing them to rethink their priorities for future-proofing their operations. Highly regulated industries, in particular, are attracted by the potential of robotic process automation to balance strict compliance requirements with aggressive cost and efficiency targets.
This paper summarizes one of SSON's popular World Series webinars, based on a conversation between UiPath's COO, Guy Kirkwood, and two industry practitioners reflecting their experience in RPA implementation – Darryl Neff of Generali, and Dean Smith, previously with Zurich Insurance.
It discusses the integrated powers of 6 Sigma, Lean and robotic automation. Read the full paper – download it for free below.
As always, there are the pioneers amongst us who are blazing a path into the future. We have reviewed some of the most impressive examples to date, to identify how and where these pioneers are making a difference.
With quality and availability of talent the two core drivers for shared services location decisions, the UK’s multiple university cities are top contenders. Find an evaluation of key in-country developments and opportunities in the UK in this exclusive SSON report.
The GBS Evolutions track is a rare chance for individuals leading a Global Business Services model at a regional or global level to meet to in a closed-door environment to discuss and debate the direction of the industry and the challenges keeping them awake at night. Find out more!
At a time where embedding robotics into an SSC is proven to automate transactional work, increase productivity, eliminate errors and more, it's vital to know the facts for the benefit of your own organization. View this RPA Guide for the SS&O Week and plan your event experience around Robotic Process Automation.
15 Million Jobs Lost to Robots? Why Tomorrow Might Not Be All Doom and Gloom | Shared Services and Outsourcing Week
We are officially in the era of Intelligent Automation. However the depth and breadth of its impact is still unknown. The Bank of England Governor warned this week "Huge technological advances mean roles could be automated...entire professions, such as accountancy, could be pushed to the brink" Read this article to find out what's next...
At the 17th Annual European Shared Services & Outsourcing Week, Martin Ford, futurist and New York Times best-selling author offers a pragmatic view of what the future of work, and your place in it, will look like. He also addresses a bigger question: can accelerating technology disrupt our entire economic system to the point where a fundamental restructuring is required? And what should we do?