DIR Information Session

Texas Government Automation User Group (TxAUG)

Discover the Potential of Automation for Government

Thursday Jul 21, 2022
11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Sponsored by Roboyo, UiPath, and DIR

Overview

As the population of Texas increases and the compliance requirements on government agencies increase, maintaining base services and improving the ability to deliver excellent services becomes more and more of a challenge.

To address these challenges, Intelligent Automation is being used across all levels of government to address the surges in workloads, manage backlog reduction, accelerate compliance responses, reduce rework and errors, and free employees to spend more time focusing on the critical task of helping citizens.

DIR has partnered with Roboyo and UiPath in restarting our informative virtual Intelligent Automation User Group sessions this month and encourage you to join. Each month these insightful sessions will feature demonstrations of how Robotic Process Automation (RPA), chatbots, ML, AI, and other emerging technologies have allowed for robust and resilient service to citizens while augmenting our department’s employees.

How to Register:

  1. Click the registration link which will open a browser to the Roboyo registration page where you will select the button labeled "Register Now"
  2. Input all required fields. Please use your work email to register, you will receive a confirmation note and invite to the email provided.
  3. Optionally check the box for future date options
  4. Read the Privacy Policy and check the "I have read and understood the Privacy Policy.*" option.

Contact

Session hosted by the Roboyo, UiPath, and Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR).

Contact Krishna Edathil krishnakumar.edathil@dir.texas.gov, Robert Benejam robert.benejam@dir.texas.gov with questions.

 

Additional Dates

August 18th, 2022

Future monthly dates TBD

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Date & Location

Date & Time

Thursday Jul 21, 2022
11:00am - 12:00pm CDT

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