Events

April 15th 2020
Webinar

Business Continuity – What can we learn?

Join leading industry figure, Donald Kuk, Chief Transformation Officer, SVP Cognitive Automation, and Lanshore CEO, Doug Erb.
Creating a model for sustainable working
Ability to maintain operation under any possible circumstance
Maintenance of working conditions
How a new model based on RPA and Machine learning can enable these working conditions
Creating a workable continuity plan

Link to Registration
https://bit.ly/2Pd8BjD

April 20th 2020
Webinar

SPM Solutions – The Market, The Future, and AI
The past 18 months have seen some big changes in the SPM solution marketplace, as some of the key SPM providers have changed course. In addition, all solutions are competing to take on board the overall software trend for intelligent automation and AI.

Join us where we share both our experience and understanding of SPM and Automation to help make sense of the market trends and look at what the developments really mean.

Link to registration
https://bit.ly/36s7UZH

May 4th 2020 and May 7th 2020
Webinar

The Future of Mobility – What Can We Expect?

Industry expert Malcolm Earp providing insight into future mobility. Malcolm has a successful international background in automotive of over 40 years and 25 years in disruptive technology in both future ownership and mobility, plus the technology which will drive change in the decades to come.

A must for organizations looking to adapt to changing market environments and who feel it’s time to think about the future and understand what it means to your industry in particular. Malcolm’s ideas and keynote will enable you to see 2021-2030 and beyond in a different light, enabling you to plan what skills you will need.

Link to Registration
https://bit.ly/2WRJaIR

May 12th 2020
Webinar

LATAM WEBINAR: RPA – The Scalability Challenge

For organizations that have ventured into the world of RPA with a small, process-by-process project, it’s time to think big. And that means zooming out to look at the full picture, to consider everything you might possibly automate and how it will work together.

A comprehensive RPA assessment is, of course, more time-consuming, complex and therefore more costly than a small-scale approach that harvests only the low-hanging fruit that’s clearly ripe for RPA. But in our experience, the overall cost and effort of an RPA project is less in the long term, if you begin with a clear vision of the operation-wide potential and impact.

Link to Registration
https://bit.ly/2w5U7eU