Per a recent Deloitte Insights Survey, having a robust and realistic automation strategy is critical for success—but only a third of businesses have one. As ongoing health, social, and economic disruptions continue to challenge organisations, embracing digital transformation has never been more important.
Join Incisive Media and Donnie MacColl, Director of Technical Services at HelpSystems, to explore the trends surrounding the current state of automation and learn how to create a successful implementation strategy for fast ROI. In this informative discussion, we’ll cover:
The types of automation—robotic process automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and hyperautomation—and how to determine the right fit for your needs
How to calculate the ROI of an RPA deployment and measure success
Real-life RPA success stories from Nationale-Nederlanden Spain and Carter Bank & Trust
Whether you’re just getting started or looking to future-proof your automation, register now for this must-see automation event.
Donnie has 30 years’ experience working in IT, specializing in cybersecurity, IT governance and compliance, and advanced automation techniques. Donnie has spent the last 7 years managing the HelpSystems security and automation teams that provide a first-class support service to global customers. He is also HelpSystems’ GDPR Data Protection Officer, working closely with legal and security teams on regulatory compliance.
Donnie has helped many organizations from different industries secure their sensitive data, remain compliant and improve cost efficiencies across some of the largest data centres in the US, Asia Pacific and Europe. He is a regular speaker at international events.
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Stuart Sumner is Editorial Director of The Channel Company's technology-focused titles: Computing and Delta. He oversees all content across print, web, tablet editions, rich media and events - including the IT Leaders' Dining Club and Computing Summits. During Stuart's tenure Computing has transformed from a print-reliant business to a bleeding edge multi-channel brand with an industry-leading events portfolio. Previously he spent 10 years as a programme manager in the IT industry, working for companies such as the BBC, COLT, Nortel Networks and Equant. As a journalist he has also worked for Time Out and IPC Media. He is a regular technology pundit and contributor to the BBC News Channel, as well as a published author.