RPA as a Service

03/19/2020 MHPDeepDive

Start RPA without advance investments in accordance with your requirements

As a rule, the introduction of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is conditional upon advance investments in infrastructure and licenses. Many medium-sized companies initially shy away from these investments, as, firstly, they begin with only a few use cases, and, secondly, they do not often see the direct return on investment (ROI). They want to start flexibly and have a transparent, as well as scalable, accounting model. Furthermore, the implementation and the platform service should come from a single source.

You will find out how all this can be agreed in our MHPDeepDive "RPA as a Service", in which we will present the business model and the architecture in greater detail, and show what advantages this approach has in comparison with the conventional on-premises model.

What, among other things, awaits you in this MHPDeepDive:

  • At a glance: RPA as a service
  • Advantages: How your company also benefits
  • Insight: Architecture and data protection
  • Plan better: These conditions should be fulfilled
  • From practice: What an exemplary service level agreement model looks like


Marcus Schäfer
Associated Partner | ISO

Nicole Salzmann
Consultant | ISO


Beginn: 11:00 (CET)
Ende: 11:30 (CET)

Language: German