Wondering about the future of work? Here's a sneak peek

Written by Jordan McMahon in Automation Anywhere News on April 14, 2015

With Gartner predicting that 17% of routine tasks will be disrupted by automation within 5 years, many people are confused about what a “job” will look like in the future. If you are one of the many wondering how the nature of “work” will evolve and how you fit into it, this free webinar is for you.

Register now for "How to Deploy Robotic Process Automation at Scale: The New Partnership Between Robots and People" and mark your calendar for Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. ET.


Mihir Shukla
CEO, Automation Anywhere

Robert H. Brown
AVP, Center for the Future of Work, Cognizant

Vinesh Goyal
Practice Director, xECM for SAP, Microsoft Content

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Does RPA displace workers, or supplement them? Are there other technologies that should be paired with robotic process automation? How do I get started with RPA? These burning questions and more will be answered in this free webinar featuring a case study showing how San Diego County's Health and Human Services deployed RPA and saved thousands of agents countless hours in verification time alone, while simultaneously experiencing almost immediate cost and time ROI, reducing errors, and increasing productivity and efficiency across the division.

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