If you have been waiting for an opportunity to learn about cognitive robotic process automation (RPA) then this is your lucky week! Join us at the IBM Watson Symposium, November 2-3, being held in the beautiful city of Paris to find out what happens when you combine powerful RPA solutions and cutting edge cognitive capabilities.
Traditional RPA does a phenomenal job of automating repetitive, rules-based processes, but hits a ‘glass ceiling’ when it comes to tasks that require perception or human judgement. By partnering with IBM Watson, Kryon Systems is able to incorporate cognitive technologies into Leo RPA – providing Leo robots with new super powers.
“The integration of cognitive technologies with RPA makes it possible to ‘break the glass ceiling’ and extend the scope of automation possibilities to include judgement-based processes,” says Bibi Rosenbach, CEO at Kryon Systems. “As companies strive for cost savings and efficiency, cognitive RPA has the potential to deliver the business outcomes for success.”
To hear more about these enabling technologies, join Bibi at the IBM Cognitive Forum panel discussion on day 2 of the conference at 13:10. Even better, schedule a one-on-one meeting to get a closer look at how cognitive RPA can benefit your organization.
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