Date: Dec 13, 2017
Topic: How to define and ensure success of an automation implementation?
Session Time: 9:50 AM to 10:20 AM GMT, Dec 13
Duration: 30 Mins
Venue: St. Pauls 200 Aldersgate, London, EC1A 4HD
You have always been the first mover. Taking initiatives and countering the risks. And that is what has made you a leader today.
You were also the first to identify the automation wave and took first steps to implement the same within your organization. Now take a minute, as in this session, we will discuss what are the important key result areas that determine the success of an RPA initiative. Has the implementation resulted in reduction of operational costs? Has it reduced processing times and increased agent efficiency. Does it provide a clear path to enterprise success and cognitive automation & artificial intelligence in the future?
Robin George is the Associate Vice President and is responsible for Edge Products and Platforms across APAC and EMEA.
Robin has been part of the products and platforms journey at Infosys since its inception in 2010. Robin has a particular focus on Achieving Excellence in Operations and is working with organizations like Syngenta, Ricoh, British Telecom, Vodafone, adidas, Toyota Europe etc. in this space. Robin has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Mumbai University and a Masters from University College London.
Chris started his career 10 years ago in GE’s Financial Management Program following which he held different finance positions in GE’s Water & Process Technologies business and Energy (Gas Turbines) business. His last assignment before moving to Philips was designing and implementing a power plant construction financial modelization system, which gave him the opportunity to straddle the worlds of both IT and Finance operations. Chris joined Philips in 2015 and is currently leading the implementation of RPA in the company’s Accounting Operations and FP&A domains. He holds a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics and a master’s degree in finance and accounting from HEC Paris.