Automation & Bots4Good 2022
Wednesday 23 November to Thursday 24 November
Time: 11:00-12:30 each morning via Teams Live
Unlocking data and processes with automation
Automation offers a way for the public sector to rapidly transform digital processes by unlocking access to data, integrating disparate systems and taking away repetitive tasks from staff - freeing them to focus on the complex cases where nothing but a human interaction will do.
Bridging the gap between legacy systems and modern digital services, the latest crop of intelligent tools can help take the load in a financially restrained public sector.
- Saf Angelo, Assistant Director Digital Productivity, NHS England
- Darren Atkins, Chief Technology Officer – Intelligent Automation, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
- Scott Attreed, Applications Delivery Manager, Norfolk County Council
- David Cunliffe, Intelligent Automation Lead, Cumbria County Council
- Naz Juna, Local Government Lead, SS&C Blue Prism
- Dave More, Service Owner, Digital Robotic Automation Centre of Excellence, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- Iain O’Neil, Managing Partner, TPXimpact
- Ian Roddis, Digital Director, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
- Leonardo Tantari, Chief Digital Information Officer, Leeds City Council and NHS (Leeds) West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board
This event is free to attend for the public sector. Please register using your public sector email – registrations from personal email addresses may be rejected.
Who should attend?
Suggested, but not limited to, Chief Digital & Data Officers, CIOs, Heads of IT, Assistant and Chief Executives, Members, Heads of Digital, Data and Digital Leaders, Data Leaders, Data Analysts, Heads of Transformation and Change, Customer Services, Finance, Strategy and Corporate Services, Departmental Service Heads/Senior Managers.
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