Intelligent Automation: Transformation in a Time of Uncertainty
Thursday, October 19, 2023
4:00 PM – 5:50 PM EDT
Shangri-La Hotel | 188 University Avenue | Toronto, ON
About the Series
Companies large and small find themselves unsure how to harness the power of artificial intelligence to benefit their businesses. This Bloomberg Intelligent Automation Roadshow takes a deep dive into how organizations can implement AI and intelligent automation systems to enhance observable, predictable operational efficiencies and help create a path forward during a time of increasingly rapid technological evolution.
Most organizations know that intelligent automation is critical to their long-term success. Much of their early investment has been in digital solutions that allow workers to accomplish more with less. What’s next? A higher level of automation anchored by enterprise artificial intelligence that integrates with existing systems and cultures to provide intelligent workflows. The result: Scalable architectures, improved worker productivity and more resilient systems.
The keys to success:
Gaining the insights required to launch advanced automation projects with demonstrable ROI
Using tools to analyze processes and bottlenecks so that new projects can be successfully defined, implemented, and scaled
Using artificial intelligence to integrate with existing systems and build workforces of engaged people productively focused on work that truly matters
The business and IT executives gathered for this live and virtual briefing will share their strategies for implementing automation projects that make IT systems more proactive, business processes more efficient and people more productive.
Senior Vice President, Operational Accounting & IT Solutions
Choice Properties REIT
Vice President I&IT Development & Delivery
Chief Innovation & New Ventures Officer
Executive Vice President, Technology & Operations
National Bank of Canada
Chief Information & Technology Officer
Maple Leaf Foods
Vice President, AI Ops & Integration
Vice President, IT Operations & Site Reliability Engineering
Royal Bank of Canada
Chief Information Officer, Group Functions Technology