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Organizational Process Implications of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Logo aicpa

  $79.00 - 99.00 |   CPE: 2.0 |   AICPA |   10 Jan 2019 |   Computer Science |   AICPA Store
Gain an understanding of RPA.
Who Will Benefit?
  • Non-IT finance professionals, CFOs, controllers, management accountants, public accountants, partners, staff, managers, internal auditors, and business process owners who are considering the implementation of RPA within their organization or want to explore RPA as a specialization, individually or as a firm.
Key Topics
  • Application differences between human and digital labor
  • Opportunities for automation, including paper process elimination, process prioritization, and examples of business process automation
Learning Objectives
  • Differentiate between human and digital resource labor.
  • Identify opportunities for process automation.
  • Recognize the accounting, finance, and operational process implications of RPA.

This self-study online course is part of the Robotic Process Automation Fundamentals for Accounting and Finance Professionals Certificate. You must purchase the program bundle to earn the digital badge. Click here to learn more.

Covering the differences between using humans versus bots, this course offers an understanding of the organizational process implications of RPA. This course will enable you to identify opportunities for process automation and recognize accounting, finance, and operational process implications of RPA.

Ultimately, you will gain a foundational understanding of RPA, its implications and how its application and uses can benefit your clients' business. Once you complete this course, you will be able to add value to your organization, create new opportunities and stand out as someone who is committed to emerging technology.

Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: Technical: Accounting information systems: Accounting information systems and digital technologies, Foundational