Technology continues to reshape our business environment at a rapid pace. The roles of Professionals and Business Managers are changing, and it is vital that you are well-equipped to support businesses.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) eliminates the need to do menial tasks, allowing us to escape the ‘daily grind’ and develop higher value-add skills instead. The modern-day Professionals and Business Managers will have to embrace automation, but that will make their work more interesting.
More and more companies are relying on RPA tools such as UiPath to streamline their manual and time-consuming processes. RPA tools can automate processes in many different areas, and we can certainly benefit from RPA in capturing and transforming data, making rule-based decisions, and interacting between applications.
This hands-on workshop will help Professionals and Business Managers without coding and/or programming background develop the basic skills required to start automating processes using UiPath. The hands-on exercises will facilitate learning and allow you to directly apply your knowledge learned to the workplace.
By the end of the workshop, you will :
3. Hands-on Exercise Part 1
4. Hands-on Exercise Part 2
5. Brainstorming and Q&A
This workshop qualifies for 7.0 CPE hours in Information Technology (Category 5).
You are required to bring along an internet-enabled* laptop (PC only).
Your laptop must meet the following hardware requirements:
* You must be able to send and receive emails and access internet during the class.
Your laptop must be installed with the following operating system and applications:
Accounting & Tax Professionals , Business Managers and Executives without coding and/or programming background who would like to develop baseline knowledge and fundamental skills in RPA using UiPath and learn about different ways to automate processes.
John is a US Certified Public Accountant licensed in New York State, and currently leads the Finance Transformation Services of Paloe Pte Ltd. He provides a variety of solutions (e.g., technology and data strategy, data transformation and integration, process improvement and automation, and data analytics services) and business process outsourcing services to corporate finance and tax departments.
John utilizes over fifteen years of combined experience in corporate finance/tax technology and performance improvement, finance/tax operating model design, finance/tax technology roadmap design, executive financial dashboard design and management, finance/tax data modeling and warehousing, ERP finance/tax integration to help corporate finance and tax functions improve performance and manage business risks using business intelligence.
Before joining Paloe Pte Ltd, John was a director of EY’s Tax Technology and Transformation group (formerly known as Tax Performance Advisory) in Washington DC, New York City, and Singapore.