Reddal Talks: Practical process automation

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6 November 2017 — Rash digitization and new software application can create problems if actual implementation has not undergone sufficient prior consideration. Practical workplace automation can address these issues leveraging tools such as basic Python.

Situations in which companies face problems created by rash digitization and adding software top-down without sufficient consideration of actual implementation and how it will all work together, are common. Companies can do better in implementing software, and practical automation can even solve problems that were caused by already implemented software. Reddal had a chance to speak at PyCon Korea 2017 and share our insights on how to achieve workplace automation with basic Python.

See also our event PyCon Korea 2017 - Workplace automation with basic Python. You can find the event material in this slideshow or watch Seoweon Yoo's presentation about practical automation for beginners.

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Pycon, Automation, Workplace automation, Digitization, Practical automation, Python, Talk

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