Implementing robotics and process automation, or RPA, is a transformative opportunity. This is especially true for professionals on the hunt for new efficiencies and approaches to help stay ahead of the constantly changing business environment.
Demand for assurance in all areas of risk is on the rise, but headcount budgets in key functions remain relatively flat. RPA can overcome this challenge by unlocking new capacity that works 24/7 and can process much larger volumes of tasks and information. Yet, two common questions remain—how do you get started with RPA and where can it make the biggest impact?
We answer these questions in this 60-minute, on-demand webinar, and share ways teams across the three lines of defense can prepare to adopt RPA, including:
- An overview of what RPA actually is and how are organizations getting value from RPA technology
- How RPA differs from data analytics in digital processes like audit, risk management, and compliance
- The minimum viable, practical steps required to get demonstrable value from RPA
- Concrete examples from your GRC peers to show how they’re using RPA
- How RPA programs can evolve over time using ACL’s maturity curve for audit, risk, and compliance automation
About the Speakers:
Shahed Khalili is the Vice President of Product at ACL. He has 20 years of experience in the technology field. Over a decade of that has been in financial intuitions, managing and building customer-facing products and services. In the past 6 years working at ACL, Shahed has delivered products for Risk, Compliance, and Audit professionals and has the experience of successfully completing numerous implementation engagements. Shahed is a technology nerd, a creative problem solver, and has lots of on the job stories to share.
Shane Grimm is a Senior Customer Success Manager at ACL. With over 20 years of experience using ACL, Shane is the Ironman of data analytics. His career began as an EDP Audit Specialist within an Internal Audit department and he moved to ACL as a Certified Trainer 15 years ago. During his time at ACL he has transitioned through various parts of the company and has coached thousands of ACL users worldwide on data analysis techniques and best practices.