Orchestrating HyperAutomation – Detroit, MI
February 18 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Did you know that Hyperautomation is the #1 strategic technology trend for 2020 according to Gartner?
What is Hyperautomation?
Automation is getting more intelligent, and more complex to orchestrate. Hyperautomation deals with the application of advanced technologies, including Robotic Process Automation, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), to increasingly automate processes and augment humans
Hear from K2, Ashling Partners & UiPath on how intelligent automation can be orchestrated to provide end-to-end process efficiency and put your business into hyperspeed.
Event Date & Time: Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 1:00-4:00 pm
Location: Meridian Building (Microsoft Technology Center), 1 Campus Martius, Detroit, MI 48226
Who should attend?
- Leaders of RPA, Intelligent Automation, and Process improvement initiatives
- Business Unit leaders including Finance, Accounting, Supply Chain, Procurement and HR
- IT leaders that design and support intelligent automation solutions
- Curious minds
Ashling Partners | Orchestrated Automation for the Manufacturing Industry
Speaker: Marshall Sied , Co-founder of Ashling Partners.
Abstract: We will discuss the value for automation in the manufacturing industry, specific use cases and tools being used and how to get started. This presentation will focus on the details of the automation journey and the action items required to start and scale automation solutions.
UiPath | Automation First Mindset of Enterprise RPA
Abstract: We will explore the Automation First Mindset of Enterprise RPA and provide an overview of how it will define & transform the future of work that drives business value using intelligent automation by leveraging a connected ecosystem of the latest AI technologies & RPA together. We will drill into what RPA is, how it works, and why an orchestrated approach is important for the manufacturing industry.
Nathan Welch Strategic and customer-focused technology professional with over 15 years of successful experience guiding strategy for the full life-cycle of technology products and program applications with successes in designing, developing, implementing, and supporting digital transformation software solutions for diverse clients. Currently leading a team of RPA professionals defining the digital workforce of tomorrow by enabling RPA implementations for some of the world’s largest companies. Nathan is responsible for empowering UiPath customers to achieve business value and significant ROI for their digital workforce by maximizing the adoption, self-sufficiency and business outcomes of their RPA & UiPath software investments through proven deployment methodology and strategic guidance.
K2 | Controlling the Chaos via Workflow Orchestration
Abstract: We’ll discuss how K2 can be used to orchestrate AI, RPA, and humans together into a holistic solution – without writing code! Specifically, we will show different scenarios where a workflow may be needed to wrangle AI and RPA, and also discuss how we can integrate with these providers using our SmartObject technology. Towards the end, we’ll see just how much time you can save when combining ABBYY, UiPath, and K2 together to implement a truly intelligent solution around Invoice Processing.
Speaker: David Kroll is a Senior Technical Specialist at K2, he loves diving into cutting-edge technology and aligning it to practical use-cases. He has 10 years of experience automating processes with K2’s DPA platform. A few of the processes David has helped digitize include: Manufacturing Change Management, Factory Shipping Requests, Master Data Management, Internal Auditing, Invoice Processing, and Capital Expenditures – each one delivering tremendous value and time-savings across the organization.
3:15-4:00pm Client Panel | Lessons for your peers in the intelligent automation journey
Abstract: We will close the day with an interactive discussion with individuals that represent Intelligent Automation programs at large organizations who have had both successes and lessons learned in orchestrating automation. There will be a varying degree of adoption, maturity, and technologies deployed to achieve outcomes across the panel. This will be your opportunity to ask any questions you may have for those that are living the orchestration discussed.