Intelligent Automation Bootcamp Canada 2020

27 - 29 May, 2020 | Toronto, Canada

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Our second Intelligent Automation Canada event in 2019 was another success, bringing together the cream of the crop of automation executives from leading Canadian companies like Polaris Transport, Manulife, and Royal Bank of Canada, among others. Amongst a myriad of other things, we learned that Intelligent Automation doesn’t have to mean a reduction in headcount. It can mean freeing up employees’ time for analytical or customer-facing roles. It can mean building a more engaged workforce who get excited by the thought of redeploying mundane, repetitive tasks.

The 3rd Annual Intelligent Automation Canada program, May 27-29th in Toronto, will once again be the go to location for Canadian automation leaders looking to jump-start, scale up, or reboot their automation initiatives. Learning doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and neither does a successful automation initiative. At this event, you’ll get both the learning and the tools to achieve your automation goals.

Whether you’ve attended over the last two years, or will join us for the first time in 2020, prepare yourself for a brand new experience.

New for 2020:

Customized Educational Content:
Two Words - Use Cases:  As part of our commitment to a higher quality program, Intelligent Automation Week Canada will showcase all new use cases, giving our attendees fresh and detailed examples of how to utilize automation in their organizations
Design Thinking in Automation:  Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, Test. This event provides dedicated time for whiteboard solutions to common IA challenges
The ROI of IA: To get your initiatives approved, you must first demonstrate the ROI.  Our use cases will highlight the ROI achieved from recent IA deployments so you can take away reliable benchmarks
Next Level Technology: OCR, NLP, ML, AI, etc….if there is an acronym for it, we’ll cover it in our advanced technology highlights

Professional and Personal Development Opportunities:
  • Meet your match through our IA Buddies program! New to the entire series of IA events across North America, through targeted matching, we connect you to a like-minded buddy-to-be who could be the next person on your speed dial.
  • Further your knowledge by attending our 3 interactive, collaborative, in-depth workshops that will provide tools to enable you to develop and sustain a productive and budget-conscious IA program, and better understand how your organization measures up.
Networking Opportunities:
Whether you’re joining us for the first time or are an IA Canada regular, there are facilitated networking opportunities to get to know your fellow attendees in a time-efficient, speed-networking setting!

5 hours of networking opportunities - Expand your professional network and share best practices with your peers

Networking Lunch ‘n’ Learn - Continue the conversation and learning by joining your peers to discuss and dig deeper into the matters that interest you most

Solution Providers’ Exhibit Hall Demo Drive - Join our Demo Drive, otherwise known as the fun and informative speed-dating activity to meet our solution providers and check out the latest tech

Testimonials:
“Excellent event, a lot of diverse industry expertise and insights!”
  • CIO, Legal Aid Ontario
“Excellent agenda, valuable and timely topics, subject matter expert as presenters.”
  • MD, Pittsburgh CDX
“A lot of content, clear concise explanations and engaging delivery.”
  • Data Scientist

2019 Speakers

Karl Martineau

Karl Martineau

Chief Information Officer

Legal Aid Ontario

Tanya Taylor

Tanya Taylor

Business Manager of Global Technology & Operations Procurement

Bank of America

Roderick Kaleho

Roderick Kaleho

Director Security & Risk

Cargill

Josué Batista

Josué Batista

Managing Director

Josué Batista Managing Director and Co-Founder - Pittsburgh CDX International Speaker and creator of "What and Why First" Pittsburgh CDX

Nadia De Villa

Nadia De Villa

VP Head of Digital Transformation & Business Development

Manulife

Ash Dhupar

Ash Dhupar

Chief Analytics Officer

Publishers Clearing House

Ajinkya Kulkarni

Ajinkya Kulkarni

Senior Director

Data Science at Scale, DN, RBC (Royal Bank of Canada)

Jekaterina Novikova PhD

Jekaterina Novikova PhD

Director of Machine Learning

WinterLight Labs

Steven James Wilson

Steven James Wilson

VP, Information Systems & Information Technology

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Dave Brajkovich

Dave Brajkovich

Chief Technology Officer

Polaris Transport

Mark Davison

Mark Davison

Partner & Global Lead

Information Services Group (ISG)

Yuri Lawryshyn

Yuri Lawryshyn

Associate Professor

University of Toronto

Beth Bourg

Beth Bourg

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Fortress IQ

Francesco Corea

Francesco Corea

Tech Evangelist

Axilo

Ebram Ayad

Ebram Ayad

Senior Manager, Robotic Automation & AI Initiatives

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)

Sung Kim

Sung Kim

Senior Manager, Smart Process Automation

BMO Financial

Carolyn Van

Carolyn Van

Co-Founder, Director, Program Design

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