Smartbridge leadership will be attending ISACA Conference North America 2022 and will be speaking on robotic process automation (RPA) and the tech leaders that have successfully implemented it.
ISACA is a global organization that serves the professional community by helping business and IT professionals, as well as their enterprises, realize the positive potential of technology. From May 4-6, 2022, all of the North American ISACA chapters will gather for an in-person event in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference will also take place online for those who would like to attend virtually.
Smartbridge has been selected to share our automation knowledge and expertise at the conference. If you’re registered, be sure to check out our presentations, whether that’s in-person or online.
Attend Our Sessions
Wednesday, May 4th
Robotic Process Automation Journey Roadmap, RPA Center of Excellence Creation, and Demand Management Playbook for Automation Opportunities
Learn how Smartbridge developed a series of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Governance deliverables for Yum! Brands, operators of 80,000 locations for Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, and KFC restaurants. These RPA governance deliverables provided a strategic guide to develop their Center of Excellence (CoE), a Demand Management Playbook for automation opportunities, and an RPA Journey Roadmap. These deliverables present a clear guide on the processes, people, and technology components for the automation program success as well as and cover elements such as: operating management, change management, policies, standards, CoE organization, steering committee, infrastructure, demand and pipeline management, and more. The results of the solution delivered by Smartbridge provide Yum! Brands new capabilities immediately, actionable recommendations, and a clear path to end-to-end process automation through a ‘crawl, walk, run, fly’ RPA maturity methodology.
Friday, May 6th
The Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Journey of 4 Leading Brands: Best Practices and Lessons Learned from Innovative Leaders Who Built Scalable Automation Programs
Despite the relative popularity of robotic process automation (RPA), it is still a nascent technology that requires resources and expertise to implement. Even companies that have recognized the benefits of automation and understand the need, can find starting difficult. You can’t always reach the “low-hanging fruit” of legend if you don’t know it’s there.
Here are the stories of four organizations that have taken those first tentative steps into RPA and intelligent automation. Technology leaders from companies in verticals as disparate as commercial real estate (Hines and Kimco Realty) and quick-serve restaurants (Whataburger, KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut) share their philosophies on automation. We dive through their initial automation deployments, best practices they will employ in future projects, and why they chose to work with an outside partner to get their RPA programs off the ground.
Sri “Raj” Raju