ArcelorMittal Automates Its Financial Process with RPA

| April 17, 2019

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ArcelorMittal, a fortune 500 company and the largest steel manufacturer in the world, explains how the business has benefitted widely from automation in their finance department. Currently, ArcelorMittal has over thirty RPA bots in production. Hear from Sandra Cassot, Financial Systems Manager how ArcelorMittal used Robotic Process Automation to standardize processes, save time, and improve the quality of deliverables.

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STI engineering (Design & Consulting)

STI engineering is a company established in Italy in 1990 and then expanded worldwide with Branches in Russia, Kazakhstan and Oman, which OFFERS DESIGN AND CONSULTING SERVICES in CIVIL CONSTRUCTION and INDUSTRIAL PLANTS fields.

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