To solidify its position as one of the leaders in the RPA space, and Digital Transformation in general, in the Middle East and Africa market, Advansys ESC is sponsoring the 2nd annual RPA & Intelligent Automation conference, taking place from 4 – 6 February 2018 in Dubai, UAE.
The Conference will be taking place at Dusit Thani Hotel in Dubai and will gather Heads of Process Improvement, Heads of IT Enablement and Heads of Shared Services from across the financial services, travel & tourism, retail, telecommunications and FMCG industries to address challenges, opportunities and lessons learned in implementing RPA and how the introduction of Intelligent Automation can take their journey to the next level.
Right after the Chairman’s Opening Remarks and Keynote Address, Advansys ESC will take part of the opening panel “Why the Gulf needs Robotic Process Automation (RPA)”. The panel will start at 10:15 and will be moderated by Armand Angeli, Chairman, DFCG Shared Services & Outsourcing Committee, IAFEI, EMEA and panelists will be: Tarek El Araby, Business Development Director Middle East & Africa, Advansys ESC, Gary Thompson, Consultant: Shared Services & Service Delivery Excellence, ENEC Tony Breen, Head of Shared Services, PepsiCo MENA & Asia Asif Javed, Managing Director, Technology, Middle East, Accenture Mahmood Aziz, Director, Strategic Global Alliances , Blue Prism
On the second day of the event, Advansys ESC team, Abdelrahman Ramadan, RPA Practice Manager and Tarek El Araby, Business Development Director Middle East and Africa, will conduct a workshop “Process Selection: Moving from Theory to Practice”. The workshop they will start at 9:45 and will be a hands-on, practical workshop where Advansys ESC experts will take the audience on a journey during which they will identify which process(es) within their organization are best suited for robotic automation, and how to best build a successful business case for gaining approval for RPA Projects. The workshop will start with start by a small introduction to put everyone on the same page when it comes to process selection for Robotic Automation and will move into a combination of group exercises and one-on-one consultation to be as practical as possible.