Kofax and Rabobank Deliver Featured Presentation on Intelligent Automation at “AI Enabled Enterprise” Event
IRPA/AI-Sponsored Conference Addresses Shift to Intelligent Automation at Enterprise Scale, a Pivotal Moment in Digital Workforce Development
Kofax, a leading supplier of Intelligent Automation software to automate and digitally transform end-to-end business processes, will deliver featured presentations at “The AI Enabled Enterprise: Harmonizing RPA, Intelligent Automation and Cognitive,” on 6 November 2018 at the ETC Venues, London. This event marks the fifth annual Automation Innovation Conference sponsored by IRPA/AI, the Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
“Intelligent Automation is the next step for many enterprises, leveraging technologies to solve large and complex problems, and embracing the need for digital workforce management,” said Chris Huff, Chief Strategy Officer of Kofax. “It’s a real turning point in automation, as more services go digital and organizations recognize their virtual workers are an increasingly vital component of their overall success.”
This conference occurs at a pivotal moment, as interest in the development of the digital workforce spreads across the enterprise. Organizations already leveraging RPA are ahead of the curve and eager to scale automation efforts, shifting from rudimentary RPA deployment to more comprehensive Intelligent Automation implementation. These organizations have reaped the benefits of RPA but are exploring what it means to tap into new efficiencies enterprise-wide. Conference attendees will gain insight on the trends and business models driving global growth of automation and the new realm of digital workforce management.
Chris Huff will introduce a presentation by Kofax customer Rabobank titled “Limitless Possibilities: Robotics Has No Boundaries, Do You?” The session runs from 11:35 a.m. to 12:05 p.m. and explores how 100 virtual employees help eliminate manual tasks freeing the bank’s human teams in several operational domains to concentrate on higher value work and ultimately create a higher focus on customer value.
Huff will also speak during a session on Intelligent Automation, or “next-generation RPA,” which encompasses a much broader range of smart technologies including RPA, cognitive document automation (CDA), machine learning (ML), workflow orchestration, advanced analytics and AI to drive significant business value. Titled “Building an Effective RPA Center of Excellence: Enabling the Bot Factory,” this interactive discussion will explore how organizations can construct a scalable model to handle the challenges revealed by their pilot and pre-pilot automation programs. The session will take place from 2:50 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., and Huff will be joined by moderator Gregory North, President, Globe North; Miriam Deasy, Principal Analyst, Ovum; and Tom Castle, Director of Artificial Intelligence, RBS.