Julie Shafiki, Kryon; Sidney Madison Prescott, Spotify; Debby De Gelder, Visma/RAET Netherlands, Sneha Kapoor, IDC AP
There’s no denying that women at every level on the corporate ladder are bearing the brunt of the pandemic. Professional women are trying to maintain productivity while managing the needs of children and other family members and worrying about the lasting impacts of the crisis on their careers. For women working in RPA who are dedicated to a technology which makes tasks more productive and efficient, this new reality can be challenging, both personally and professionally.
Enterprise automation innovator Kryon presents a panel discussion that examines how women in RPA have transitioned to working remotely in the wake of COVID-19 and what it means moving forward. How are women in the industry continuing to lead teams, meet KPIs, and stay on top of trends while balancing life in self-isolation, home-schooling children, caring for aging parents, and making time for their own mental/physical wellness? Is a return to in-office work imminent? Or, if you’ve gone back, has your routine, processes, or general work environment changed? Do you approach work differently now? Which repetitive parts of your busy day would you like to automate? Are you working on an RPA project that is challenging due to your current working situation?
These process automation trailblazers are transforming global business by bringing new levels of productivity and efficiency. Join our round-table-style discussion to explore how these concepts are playing out in our everyday lives and will impact our future.
Julie Shafiki, CMO, Kryon (moderator)
Sidney Madison Prescott, Global Intelligent Automation Leader, Spotify
Debby De Gelder, Managing Director, Visma/RAET Netherlands
Sneha Kapoor, Lead Analyst – Intelligent Automation and AI, Financial Insights, IDC Asia/Pacific