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Collective Intelligence Live gathers top-level corporate enterprise practitioners for a deep dive into use cases featuring organizations benefiting from human and machine collaboration.


17 NOV

11:00am ET: Opening Remarks 
Seth Adler, IQPC Digital
11:00am ET: Evolving from Early RDA to Full-Scale Attended Automation 
  • Lessons learned from initial implementations of RDA
  • Realizing that automation at the human worker level must include machine learning
  • Understanding the current applications ML informed attended automation
  • Democratizing automation at your enterprise through implementing advanced attended automation

12:00pm ET: Selecting the Correct Automation Solution for Your Enterprise
  • Does the solution provider in question have experience in your entire global region?
  • Does the solution provider in question have experience with globally scaled attended automation that have garnered identifiable case studies?
  • Does the solution provider in question offer an RPA product (that you use)?
  • Does the solution provider offer interoperability with your current enterprise solutions?
18 NOV
11:00am ET: Learning from Scalability Fails
  • An organization that expects a set it and forget it solution isn’t going to be able to adapt their bots to new processes
  • Implementing attended automation iteratively while scale up to increase the stickiness of adaptation
  • Ensuring your chosen solution has a sustainable global scaling model and enabling it with your own internal infrastructure
  • Ensuring you are empirically aware of maintenance responsibility to remain consistent with current technology and regulations

12:00pm ET: Easing Your Attended Automation Deployment Through Managing Culture
  • Realizing that good change management methodologies are still needed in rolling out each component of enterprise automation
  • Discovering a solution with an intuitive user interface and seamless navigation system
  • Ensuring a solution enhances an employee’s productivity- ability to meet sales quotas, decrease the element of human error, and streamline boring processes, etc.
  • Examining attended automation implementation outcomes and advancing the human workers responsibilities to remain ahead of the culture curve