Software robotics (RPA, Robotic Process Automation) is a commonplace tool in many organisations using SAP.
With RPA you can effectively automate dozens, even hundreds, of different routine knowledge work tasks and processes delivering hours back to business. RPA is commonly utilised in SAP-related processes to bridge the gap cross departmental functions or catered for in the ERP deployment or legacy and third-party applications.
In this webinar Digital Workforce will be diving into the world of RPA and SAP: What are the leading enterprise automation technologies today, how to overcome the departmental scaling issue, how S/4HANA migration is affecting automations, and examples of typical use cases and best practices.
They will also introduce a new tool SAP Automation Creator, which allows you to do more and work faster in SAP environments than ever before: SAP Automation Creator reduces the time spent doing SAP automation by up to 50 - 90%. SAP Automation Creator represents an entirely new approach to SAP automation: the tool converts macro recordings made in the SAP environment into automated processes.
This session is ideal for any organisation already working with or investigating RPA or intelligent automation and looking for ways to deliver more value to the business with your ERP infrastructure quickly without the need for large rewrites or integration.
Key takeaways from this session include:
- What is RPA, and what benefits does it offer?
- Why do you need RPA with SAP?
- RPA and SAP use cases & best practices
- Where can SAP Automation Creator be utilised?
- DEMO: SAP Automation Creator in practice
Speaking at this webinar: James Ewing & Karli Kalpala:
James heads up the sales of Digital Workforce in the United Kingdom. He has helped numerous organisations get started on their automation journey and maximise their business benefits.
Karli is leading the Implementation Service business at Digital Workforce. He has a background in consulting and a passion for customer success in their business.
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