Getting RPA Right in 2021:

What Does it Take To Scale Your Automation Program?

Dec 9th, 2020

What Does it Take To Scale Your Automation Program?

The pandemic and ensuing recession increased interest in RPA for many enterprises. Gartner predicts that 90% of large organizations globally will have adopted RPA in some form by 2022 as they look to digitally empower critical business processes through resilience and scalability while recalibrating human labor and manual effort.

At this point, the open question that remains is not whether companies should be implementing the technology, but… how to do it right? It’s no secret that many are struggling to find the “secret sauce” to implement it and scale it successfully with over 65% of companies not being able to automate more than 10 processes.

Watch our virtual panel of Intelligent Automation experts to get practical insights on how to successfully scale your automation program in 2021.


About the Speaker:

Eduardo Diquez
Consulting Director, Intelligent Automation Practice

Eduardo is the Consulting Director of the Intelligent Automation & RPA Practice at Auxis, including the ongoing management of its IA Center of Excellence in Costa Rica. With over 10 years of experience in process improvement and finance transformation, Eduardo has a proven track record working with CFOs in the design and implementation of back office optimization initiatives, with a deep focus on implementing long-term, scalable Automation Programs.

Eduardo has successfully delivered over 200 robots to more than 30 different organizations across multiple industries including retail, financial services, hospitality, healthcare, and manufacturing.Some of Eduardo’s recent clients include Baptist Health, Revlon Cosmetics, Pandora Jewelry, Melia Hotels, and Amerant Bank.

Prior to joining Auxis, Eduardo worked at Accenture for 5 years, where he was involved in multiple process optimization and cost reduction projects for leading consumer goods companies across the Americas. Eduardo holds an Industrial Engineering Degree from Universidad Metropolitana in Caracas, Venezuela and an MBA from Babson College in Boston, Massachusetts.

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About the Speaker:

Chet Chambers
Vice President, Chief Evangelist - Americas

A successful early adopter of RPA technology, back when functioning robots were still science fiction to most people. Chet saved his previous healthcare employer millions by analyzing data on a previously impossible scale. Soon after, he moved to an executive role at HP, partnering with UiPath to deploy 224 robots in under a year. Chet was so smitten with UiPath that he came on board as a Chief Evangelist – helping UiPath customers scale their RPA initiatives.