Intelligent Automation has become necessary in all parts of the business. “It’s now popping into almost every piece of software. According to Personnel Today, 38% of enterprises are already using IA in their workplace with 62% expecting to start using it as early as this year. According to Bersin by Deloitte, 33% of HR employees expect that their jobs will become augmented by AI in the near future.

Within the next two years, 50% of the U.S. workforce is expected to be made up of Millennials. It will be 75% by 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Millennials will demand automation. IA for Human Resources is happening now. This is a perfect time for your company to join this program.


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2019 Speakers Include:

Beth Pratt

Head of Global Talent
Mylan

Naveed Asem

Chief Data & Analytics Officer
Donnelley Financial Solutions (DFIN)

Missy Hallead

Vice President of Corporate and Global HR
MGM Resorts International

MK Aydin

Sr Director, Corporate Solution
A+E Networks

Brandon Gradeless

Sr. Analyst | HR Continuous Improvement
Advent Health

Chad Dunnam

Global People and Organization Automation Lead
Mars

Vanessa Phung

HR Generalist
Noble Drilling

Karen Jamerson

Manager, Intelligent Automation
Capital One

Anoop Srivastava

Director - Process Automation
Wiley

Zach Frank

Program Manager, HR Service Delivery
Bridgestone

Michelle Willard

Robotics Process Automation & Intelligent Automation Lead
Capital One

Beth Bourg

Senior Product Marketing Manager
FortressIQ

Sung Kim

Senior Manager, Smart Process Automation
BMO Financial

Faizal Baksh

Director, Global Payroll, Global Intelligent Automation Transformation Executive- HR/Payroll/Finance
Bookings Holding

Vinay Mummigatti

Chief Automation Officer
LexisNexis

Hyunzoo Chai

Director, Data Science
Donnelley Financial Solutions (DFIN)

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