In just three days I’ll be in New York for our first ever international UiPath event, #UiPathForward Americas. Over 600 people have registered for this summit, where we will get the chance to hear from our partners, customers and industry analysts on their automation experiences and expectations for the future.
It’s the future conversation that I am most looking forward to, and my colleagues have asked me to take the stage and exchange perspectives with industry peers on what RPA 2.0 will mean. For us, 2.0 signifies a very exciting moment—the integration of cognitive, AI and machine learning features into rule-based structures. These will expand the entire RPA scope, enabling robots to take on more complex tasks, even some of those we’ve so far seen as restricted to the human domain.
The objective of my session at the event is to explain how the UiPath product roadmap will achieve this for our clients and how it will help them differentiate. If I were to sum up my presentation to three main ideas about the UiPath Platform, these would be:
Thanks to our openness and powerful partnerships we have designed something that is built for scale. This is one of the biggest challenges in bringing automation to the next level and it’s built into our platform.
We have a platform that is future-proof, it is built to allow a broad integration of customer environments and all the latest and upcoming cognitive, machine learning and AI capabilities.
Perhaps most importantly, the UiPath platform is reliable, robust and fast to implement. The customers who will be attending the event and sharing their RPA stories are a testament to this.
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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.uipath.com/blog/rpa/the-future-of-rpa-at-uipathforward