In the beginning of March, Zanders organized a “jargon-free” Breakfast Session to explore what robotic process automation (RPA) is all about. We had a look under the hood of a complex, hard-working robot and shared experiences on how to make the journey of deploying a digital workforce as smooth as possible.
Are you thinking about replacing part of your workforce by automated robots? Think again, because Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is not about getting rid of what may be your company’s most valuable asset. The full potential of this innovative technology will only be captured by enabling your employees to work in harmony with automated technology.
Life for the group treasurer of an insurance firm has probably never been as hectic as it is today. With an overwhelming regulatory burden (including IFRS 9 and 17, GDPR, and IBOR’s discontinuity), new digital technologies, an ever-demanding customer-centric approach in the social media era and rigid internal KPIs, it can be difficult to keep track of these various demands.
The cash management trend of pooling and centralizing excess cash has been a focus area for most treasury departments over the past decade. The are many benefits to this approach, including gaining a centralized visibility of cash, an improved utilization of funds and the optimization of bank account structures. With this centralization, the aim is to ensure the best utilization of the organization’s cash, typically either paying off credit lines or by making short- or medium-term investments at better rates.