LIVE DEBATE - JULY 20TH @ 1PM EST
The Great Automation Debate
Who is RPA Really For?
Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs) and enterprise organizations may have the same goals in mind, yet how they reach those goals can be strikingly different. This difference is especially notable when it comes to the adoption and management of RPA and other intelligent automation solutions.
Join Blueprint and RPA Jargon Buster on July 20th at 1PM EST to take part in a debate style session where we try to answer the question: Who is RPA really for?
On the side of the Enterprise organization, Matthew Agnew, Director, Product Marketing at Blueprint Software Systems will be outlining the challenges and benefits facing large organizations as they continue to scale their RPA practice, while Tolani Jaiye-Tikolo, founder at RPA Jargon Buster will continue her mission to show how SMBs can truly benefit from RPA.
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RPA JARGON BUSTER
Tolani has 7 years of digital transformation experience and has delivered 30+ production intelligent Automation bots with over €2.5 million in cost savings within financial services and healthcare. She has worked with top financial industries including Aviva Insurance and Bank of Ireland to deliver Intelligent Automation.Delivering successful projects for large financial industries has led her to found RPA Jargon Buster to help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Mid-Markets financial services and healthcare digitally transform using Intelligent Automation technologies.
DIRECTOR, PRODUCT MARKETING, BLUEPRINT
As the Director of Product Marketing at Blueprint, Matthew strives to gain a deep understanding of what challenges businesses are facing in the world of intelligent automation, and how those challenges can best be met and overcome.
PRODUCT MARKETING MANAGER, BLUEPRINT
As the moderator for this debate, Chris will utilize his experience as a teacher, technical writer, and marketer to challenge the debaters with topical questions and direction as we attempt to educate and inform the audience on today's challenges in the world of intelligent automation.