Robotic process automation (RPA) is undoubtedly one of the most disruptive technologies in recent years. Enterprises all over the world have implemented RPA, bots, or digital workers to take stable rule-based processes from workers and hand them over to software. It has created billions of dollars of labor cost savings and value for highly manual, repetitive, and high-volume processes. McKinsey & Company reviewed 16 case studies and calculated anywhere from 30 to 200 percent return on RPA investments inside the first year. That’s a lot of value.

Things you’ll learn:

  • How RPA provides value but limits some transformation efforts
  • Common process automation challenges and how to overcome
  • How to increase value and leverage existing automation work

Scott King

Chief Marketer

Scott heads marketing and marketing automation at Krista. He likes talking about enterprise technology and riding bikes.


Chris Kraus

VP of Product

Chris is a testing visionary who brings a unique set of credentials being an expert in test automation tools and best practices for both custom and packaged applications. Through the course of his 25+ years in technology, Chris has worked as an integration engineer, solution architect and product manager for leading software development companies.