The long-standing debate of the human workforce against the digital bot is now over. To remain competitive, organizations not only need to show improvements in their customer-facing capabilities, but they also need to up the game on their internal efficiencies. Robotic process automation (RPA) is a significant component that drives this vision. And as automation becomes apparent across organizations globally, the concept of “automation singularity” is becoming important to consider, referring to the seamless synergy of human and bot workers.
Join this webinar to hear Craig Le Clair, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester to understand how organizations can come closer to achieving this vision. Take a deep dive into a recent report conducted by Forrester Consulting and commissioned by EdgeVerve to understand the state of RPA adoption and future needs of enterprises.
Vice President, Principal Analyst serving enterprise architecture professionals, Forrester
Craig serves enterprise architecture and business process professionals. He is an internationally recognized expert in automation, AI, and the future of work. His technology coverage areas include robotic process automation, AI solutions in financial services, and the potential workforce disruption due to these technologies. His 2019 book, Invisible Robots in the Quiet of the Night, has been met with wide acclaim. A prolific writer and speaker, Craig is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and many other publications and media outlets. Dynamic case management, electronic signature, and customer communications management round out his coverage.
Vice President and Global Product Head for AssistEdge
A leader with entrepreneurial, management consulting and IT leadership experience spanning over 25 years. Sateesh is a founding member of EdgeVerve Systems Limited and currently the global product head of EdgeVerve automation product suite ‘AssistEdge’. He is a strong believer in the immense potential AI and Automation have in transforming enterprises of the future. Being a passionate technologist, Sateesh has been instrumental in establishing many foundational technology capabilities that drive todays EdgeVerve strategy. With deep roots in supply chain, he was one of the pioneers of Internet of Things (IoT) in its early days and is a founding member of Auto-ID Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), which created the global standard system for RFID and other sensors.