Join this free online course to learn about SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (SAP Intelligent RPA) 2.0 and how the updated version of the solution simplifies the bot-building experience.
This course belongs to the Bot Building with SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0 Track and can be reactivated free of charge there.
SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (SAP Intelligent RPA) is a complete automation suite, where software robots are designed to mimic humans by replacing manual clicks and automate end-to-end scenarios for definable and repeatable business processes. The solution consists of several components that enable you to develop your own bots by capturing your process, creating your workflow, and configuring, executing, monitoring, and debugging your automations.
This course provides an overview of the updated version of the solution: SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0. In previous courses, you learned how to create your own bots in the Desktop Studio, how to configure and monitor them with the Cloud Factory, and how to make them run as digital workers or digital assistants. In this course, you’re faced with a simplified, intuitive, and low-coded Cloud Studio and an updated runtime to create and execute your bots.
You’ll learn what’s new with the updated version and you’ll see how simple the bot-building experience has become, especially for citizen developers and business users.
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Week 1: Get Started with SAP Intelligent RPA 2.0
Week 2: First Automations
Week 3: Build Your End-to-End Project
Week 4: Leverage a Rich Desktop Ecosystem
Week 5: Leverage Business Applications
Week 6: Final Exam
Samir Hamichi is a senior Intelligent RPA specialist at SAP, working on customer solution adoption. After completing a PhD in artificial intelligence he joined a service company, working in a back-end development team for more than 4 years before joining Contextor in 2014 and then SAP 5 years later.
Samir was involved in developing and managing customer projects, developing libraries, and producing documentation and training materials. For the last three years he worked as a technical lead and trainer, conducting training sessions to enable customers and partners with Contextor products.
Thierry Gourdin is a manager at SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation, where he supports customer adoption of the SAP Intelligent RPA product as a complementary tool in the SAP Intelligent Suite.
Thierry previously served as COO of Contextor, where he led services and customer development. He also worked as a development manager and built e-commerce multi-channel applications for SFR (Internet provider).
Lena Grothaus is a product manager for SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation, where she leads enablement topics for both presales and technical enablement. She also takes care of the collection of product requirements and product communication.
Prior to this, Lena worked in product management, business development, and user assistance development for machine learning in Finance and SAP Business Process Management.
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Kevin Durand works as a QA engineer for SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation in Paris. He takes care of the quality of the product delivered to the customer.
Prior to joining the SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation team, Kevin worked on multiple end-to-end RPA implementation projects in the banking sector.
Andrew Brown is a developer in the SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation team in Paris. He has been working with SAP since 2006 in multiple projects, including areas such as Business Intelligence, and now RPA. Andrew’s focus is mainly on frontend development.
Simon Rabourg works as a developer in the Intelligent Robotic Process Automation team in Paris.
He has been working with SAP since 2017, designing the Cloud Factory as well as the Cloud Studio. Before this, Simon was part of the SAP Analytics Hub development team.
Yannick Besnehard works as a developer in the Intelligent Robotic Process Automation team in Paris.
Yannick has been working with SAP since 2010 as a frontend developer on different projects for Business Intelligence, and now RPA.
Alexandre Fortin is a product expert for SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation. He translates functional needs into detailed specifications based on use cases. Alexandre has a holistic view of a product, from platform support through documentation to user experience.
Since 2000, Alexandre has contributed to a number of software projects related to Analytics. He was also a functional expert in Retail (Sales-Supply Chain-Purchasing) before joining SAP.
Moumita Bera is an RPA expert and has worked on multiple end-to-end RPA implementation projects in different industrial domains using various RPA technologies.
Moumita is currently working as a developer in the SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation Team in Bangalore.