DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION SERIES
Top of the agenda for CEO’s, senior executives and business leaders is considering how and where automation fits within the workplace. Process automation tools come in many forms and can solve a host of business problems. When successfully implemented, they provide a future proof digital strategy and can completely modernise how your organisation operates.
The challenge is, how do you identify the right targets for automation, prove the success and deliver maximum return? Join our webinar, the second in our Digital Transformation Series, to uncover some of the most significant business opportunities for automation. Based on real-world experience, we will share what areas of the organisation can deliver quick wins, the technology options available and hear from a leading automation provider on the current trends and what they think the future holds for the automation industry.
Iain MacDonald – AuraQ
Iain has been in the technology industry for 25+ years and has extensive cross-vertical, process automation experience and technical comprehension. Proficient across multiple digital technology platforms, Iain engages with organisations to help deliver their digital aspirations. Prior to AuraQ, Iain was Business Intelligence Director for a multi national company.
Victor joined Freeman Clarke in 2017 as Regional Director for Yorkshire and the North East. Before joining, Victor held several International Chief Information Officer roles and has delivered Digital and IT transformations for a range of verticals including retail, hospitality, gambling, food manufacturing and financial services sectors.
Now You’re Probably Wondering, OK That Sounds Great, But What EXACTLY Will I Get Out Of Attending?
- The fundamentals of workplace automation & how it supports the broader digital transformation vision.
- Why thinking both strategically and tactically is essential to proving a success.
- Real-world business challenges that have been resolved with process automation technology.
- One-size doesn’t fit all – why blending technologies often achieves optimum results.
- The future of automation and why automation tools are both powerful and accessible to everyone.
- What’s next for the industry?
Who should attend?
This webinar is exclusively for CEOs, senior executives and business leaders of ambitious mid-market businesses.
Freeman Clarke is the UK largest and most experienced team of fractional IT directors. We are more than interims, consultants or freelancers. We are impartial IT directors, CIOs and CTOs who can become a part-time, long-term member of your senior team at a fraction of the cost of a full-timer. We create, support and deliver tech strategies that accelerate your business growth. One of our Board-level IT experts can join your senior team to oversee digital innovation, systems and infrastructure. This produces results.
AuraQ is an experienced professional services and technology solutions provider. Specialising in the development of process solutions, the management of content and enterprise-wide systems integration, we provide solutions tailored to individual customer requirements.
Process is at the centre of everything we do and for more than 20 years we have delivered bespoke process automation solutions using innovative technologies. Our mission is to help clients achieve the most efficient way of working using a range of tools either independently or in harmony. The technologies we develop and integrate with include business process management (BPM), application platform as a service, low-code web and mobile applications, content collaboration and robotic process automation (RPA).
Engaging with clients across a diverse range of industries, the successful solutions we deliver transform the way in which organisations manage end-to-end business information across the enterprise.
Frequently asked questions
Where does the event take place?
Our free virtual events are hosted on Zoom
Do I need to register?
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