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Robotic Process Automation (RPA):
Enabling a Digital Workforce as a Growth Capability
Parking included at the University Club
Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Enabling a Digital Workforce as a Growth Capability
Join your CIO and CFO peers for an exclusive event where you will learn about RPA - an exciting technology that is automating manual processes across industries and functional departments. RPA is the fastest-growing software subsegment officially tracked by Gartner, with year-over-year growth of more than 63% in 2018. A recent Deloitte survey indicates that over 53% of companies surveyed report starting their RPA journey with adoption expected to reach 72% by 2020.
Hosted by SIM Milwaukee and FEI Milwaukee, this unique event will include an overview of RPA and intelligent automation by Ashling Partners. Learn what RPA is/is not, how to leverage it within your organization, how it fits into your Intelligent Automation strategy, its benefits, and real-world use cases and pitfalls while gaining practical insight into how to get started and scale up from a leading advisor and implementer of RPA and Intelligent Automation capabilities.
Join us for this exclusive event at a premier venue to network with your peers and learn about this transformative technology. If you are a CIO, we encourage you to bring your CFO/Finance Executives as guests and likewise if you are a CFO, bring your CIO/IT Executives.
This is an event you will not want to miss!
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm - Cocktails & Networking
5:45 pm - 6:00 pm - Welcome/Introductions (SIM/FEI)
6:15 pm - 7:15 pm - Ashling Partners - The Intelligent Automation & RPA Journey
7:15 pm - 7:30 pm - Q&A
Managing Director, Ashling Partners
Client Engagement & Growth
Marshall Sied has 15 years of experience in helping organizations use technology to improve business performance and promote positive, innovative changes to their workforce. He is the co-founder of Ashling Partners, a technology-enabled services firm that drives efficiency gains and business process improvement through Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Machine Learning, and targeted Artificial Intelligence.
Prior to Ashling Partners, Marshall spent time at Gartner working across strategy and advisory services to help Fortune 150 clients achieve digital ambitions thru strategic planning, emerging technology and new operating models.
Marshall has a BA in Business & Marketing from Michigan State University. He has completed a number of certifications in RPA, Big Data, Microsoft technology stack, and data storage. Marshall is a board member of the Illinois Technology Association's AI Council, and has written several documents on the impact of Digital Workforce on the Future of Work. He is co-author of the 'New API: Advanced Process Intelligence' framework and has spoken at several industry events focused on Robotic Process Automation, Intelligent Automation, and the Future of Work in the era of ML and AI.
Managing Director, Ashling Partners
Delivery & Operations
Don Sweeney has 25 years of process reengineering and process automation experience and is the co-founder of Ashling Partners, a technology-enabled services firm that drives efficiency gains and business process improvement through Robotic Process Automation (RPA),
Machine Learning, and targeted Artificial Intelligence.
Prior to Ashling Partners, Don founded a company focused on business process optimization, ERP, CRM, BPM, HCM and Analytics. He also served in various roles at Andersen Consulting and PeopleSoft.
Don has a BA in Economics from The University of Michigan. He has completed a number of certifications in Business Process Mapping, Project Management, RPA, and ERP Platforms and has written several articles on process automation and the Future of Work. He has spoken at numerous conferences and academia summits on finance processes and applications, process automation, Artificial Intelligence and symposiums on venture capital for technology organizations.
Note, parking is included in the meeting price. Please pull into the garage located on the West side of Prospect Avenue just north of Wells Street.