Why Automate When You Could Hyperautomate? Blend RPA and AI for Greater Results
Join us on Wednesday, April 14 at 11 a.m. EDT for our webinar about Hyperautomation. We’ll explain how blending RPA and artificial intelligence can change how you automate your processes.
In recent years robotic process automation (RPA) has become mainstream, enabling organizations to free their staff from rote, manual processing.
At the same time, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) have become highly accessible with the advent of off-the-shelf tools, low-code environments, and simplified deployment frameworks. Each of these technologies independently have been reshaping the way businesses operate and compete.
During this live webinar, RPA and machine learning experts will demonstrate how organizations create hyperautomation solutions using technologies such as Microsoft’s Power Automate, Machine Learning Studio and AI Builder. Through our “day-in-the-life” demo, you will see how simple it can be to build hyperautomation, substituting human judgment with artificial intelligence.
Attendees will gain a practical understanding of problems hyperautomation can address, how they are built, and how you can achieve early wins in this technology area.
About the Speakers
Mike Ryba is a solutions-driven and strategic IT professional offering over 35 years of Information Technology experience across various industries, including financial services, banking, transportation, and retail. As a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Developer and Architect, Mike helps to drive our RPA practice and provides oversight and guidance to other RPA Developers in the organization.
Mike has expertise in identifying, analyzing, and resolving diverse operational issues, continuously maintaining top performance while offering superior programs and services. He is a skilled presenter, communicator, and mentor with excellent team leadership and business relationship management skills.
Tony Lung has over 11 years of experience as a Data Scientist driving business value with machine learning and advanced analytics. He also has experience in multiple industries, including insurance, healthcare, financial services, energy and utilities and with the US military. Tony is also a proud USMC veteran.
Tanya Kannon has immersed herself in the world of data for the last decade. She has worked in areas ranging from test and evaluation for unmanned aircraft to budget development for the Air Force to routing optimization dealing with aircraft refueling. Her current passion is Machine Learning specifically focusing on employee retention and attrition modeling.