Kofax RPA Tips & Tricks

Kofax Robotic Process Automation (RPA), also known as Kapow, is an easy-to-use platform that allows you to quickly set up software robots to replace manual tasks, decisions, and activities. In this webinar, we will share some tips, tricks, and common uses for Kofax Kapow software robots, including accessing business applications, web portals, and local files.

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Quinn Huntsman:

All right. Hello and thank you for joining another webinar Wednesday with RPI Consultants. This is our second of today’s double header. Today we’re going to be talking about some tips and tricks with Kofax’s RPA product, which stands for Robotic Process Automation and formerly known as Kapow.

Before we get started here, we’re going to go ahead and introduce ourselves. My name is Quinn Huntsman. I’m a business analyst here on the Content and Process Automation team in Kansas City, Missouri. I have a background in web development as well as Perceptive Content administration and troubleshooting.

I’ve been a part of implementation projects, upgrades and enhancements, so lots of background there. As well as I am a certified Kofax technical solution specialist for Kofax’s Robotic Process Automation product that we’ll be talking about today.

Geoff L.:

My name is Geoff Lilienfeld. I’m one of the partners at RPI and I manage our content and process automation practice. I’ve a little over a decade of experience with imaging solutions, integrating those solutions with financial systems and ERPs as well as designing and developing process automation solutions.

Prior to being in the IT space I was a management consultant. Kind of come from an entrepreneurial background. My fun fact here is I bought and resold 14,000 iPhones in 2008.

Quinn Huntsman: That is a fun fact indeed. What we have on the agenda today, we’re going to get into a little bit about RPI Consultants, tell you who we are. And then we’ll get right to the bulk of the presentation, discuss some tips and tricks we’ve learned with working with Kofax RPA.

At the end we’ll open it up to you all for questions and summary and then at the very end we’ll discuss some exciting upcoming events we have regarding RPA, so stick around for that. About