Will Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation fix purchase-to-pay forever?
Machine Learning and RPA are driving a revolution in purchase-to-pay. But just how far will it go? Will these technologies solve our transactional problems forever?
Over the past decade, rapid technological developments in purchase-to-pay have vastly improved digitization, workflow management, invoice coding, order matching and more. But where to from here? Just how much will the benefits of machine learning and RPA continue to improve purchase-to-pay processes?
Watch our fast-paced 30-minute discussion where we cover the following topics as well as audience questions:
- What exactly is RPA?
- How is it being used today?
- Will it impact my job?
- What will we see in the near-future in terms of automation?
- Where can I find out more information?
Who should attend: Anyone involved in the purchase-to-pay chain who wants to know more about how technology will impact their work.
Duration: 30 min
Speakers: from OpusCapita
Jaakko Lehtinen, Head of Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence. Jaakko is a technology enthusiast who closely follows developments in machine learning, natural language user interfaces and artificial intelligence. He has more than 10 years of experience in various roles at OpusCapita, including service delivery, operations, product development and process improvement.
Petri Karjalainen, Head of Special Projects. Petri is OpusCapita’s master of disruptive technologies. Currently he is head of product marketing, where he works hands on with machine learning and blockchain technology. He also sits on the board of Finland’s Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Association.
Rowan Lemley, Senior Product Marketing Manager. Rowan has more than 10 years of experience in the purchase-to-pay arena. During this time, he has lead product marketing for accounts payable automation, B2B networks, and most recently eProcurement and Product Information Management solutions.
First two webinars from this series:
How will blockchain change B2B interactions