PwC's Academy

Jumpstart your Automation Journey

Automation Essentials for Finance

PwC together with UiPath covering the essentials in transforming your Finance functions to stay ahead of the curve. UiPath is world's leading hyper automation platform.

In a market where intelligent automation has the power to change the world as we know it, leading businesses have learned how to accelerate their path forward. Intelligence Automation is a powerful way to reduce costs along that path while improving controls, quality and scalability

Session Objectives

  • What is intelligent automation 
  • Key market drivers for intelligent automation 
  • Use Cases for Intelligent automation in Finance
  • Best Implementation practices
  • Implementation approach
    Tips for Successful rollout

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Course Structure

RPA Fundamentals


  • What is RPA
  • Key Market Drivers for RPA
  • RPA Benefits and Importance of adopting
  • RPA tools in the market


RPA Implementation Essentials

  • RPA Adaptation based on Industry
  • How to Select Suitable RPA Candidate/Process
  • Common Use cases
  • Types of Implementation
  • Implementation approach
  • How to create your RPA team
  • Importance on COE and COE Types
  • Tips for Successful rollout


Target Audience

Senior management with significant large responsibilities seeking to advance or jumpstart their automation journey within their organisations


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