Join Us at the DCMME Manufacturing Conference at Purdue University
Centric Consulting’s Mike Ryba will speak on transforming processes with Robotic Process Automation at the DCMME Manufacturing Conference.
Centric Consulting is proud to receive an invitation to speak at the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DMCCE) fall conference at Purdue University.
The conference will take place on Friday, September 27, at the Stewart Center, Fowler Hall. The theme of the conference is “Managing Manufacturing Agility.”
Mike Ryba will present on the topic of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and how it helps to transform high-volume, manually intensive, repeatable processes into processes run by software robots. He will especially focus on those back-end office functions that take the majority of someone’s day to manage, allowing for more time to spend on more value-add activities. Content will also include bots in action and what to look for when considering RPA enablement within an organization.
About the Speaker
Mike Ryba is a solutions-driven and strategic IT professional offering over 35 years of Information Technology experience across a variety of industries including Financial Services, Banking, Transportation, and Retail. His roles have ranged from Programmer to Software Development Manager to ITSM Director. As a Robotics Process Automation (RPA) Developer and Architect, helping to drive the RPA practice at Centric as well as providing oversight and guidance to other RPA Developers in the organization.
Mike has expertise in the identification, analysis, and resolution of diverse operational issues, continuously maintaining top performance while offering superior programs/services. He is a skilled presenter, communicator, and mentor with excellent team leadership and business relationship management skills.
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