DAY 2Track 1
Best Practices and Learnings While Running Your Intelligent Automation Program
There is not an enterprise nowadays that is not looking to start or already delivering Intelligent Automation projects. While automation is already very popular investment, it is still not a mature industry and flocked with many players of software and integration partners.
It is critical to select the most appropriate technologies to avoid expensive mistakes. Companies need to find the sweet spot among options of buying vs. building applications. Due to dynamic nature and unclear/ever-changing requirements, companies need to adopt the Agile delivery methodologies.
There are pros and cons of in sourcing or outsourcing the work. It is always a challenge to go after a best of breed vs. an E2E platform. Starting RPA projects are rather easy but how to cross the chasm to go beyond basic automation is still a mystery for the enterprise market. Finally, most companies undermine the complexity & cost of the post production IT operations. We will have a pragmatic discussion on the above topics.
Özgur Genç P&G, Global IT and Shared Services Executive
Özgür leads an advanced AI & intelligent automation service/program as well as Order-to-cash shared services for P&G globally.
He has hands on leadership experience with digital transformation strategy and global organizational leadership. During the last decade, he had diverse leadership roles in running complex IT Project projects & Global Shared Services, transforming global Supply Chain Systems with complex SAP Integrations, corporate re-structuring projects, creation of Business Intelligence and Analytics services for large & dispersed organizations, employee focused IoT implementations and launching AI enabled enterprise capabilities.
He has a personal AI blog at https://medium.com/@gencozgur