Intelligent Process Automation Gets Smarter

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Intelligent Process Automation Gets Smarter

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Broadcast Date: September 17, 2020, at 3 ET

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We all need to transform our businesses these days, one way or another. A common technology used to achieve these changes is called RPA, for Robotic Process Automation. It has nothing to do with robots in the traditional sense; and is really more about creating macros that use the interfaces of existing applications. But there’s a smarter way to do all this: Intelligent Process Automation! Check out this episode of DM Radio to learn how!


Eric Kavanagh
CEO at The Bloor Group 

Eric has nearly 30 years of experience as a career journalist with a keen focus on enterprise technologies. He designs and moderates a variety of New Media programs, including The Briefing Room, DM Radio and Espresso Series, as well as GARP’s Leadership and Research Webcasts. His mission is to help people leverage the power of software, methodologies and politics in order to get things done.


Dharmesh Godha
CTO & President at Advaiya

Dharmesh Godha is President and CTO of Advaiya, a technology consulting and implementation services company that provides tailored digital transformation solutions with business applications and analytics. Dharmesh has more than 20 years’ experience identifying and leveraging innovation, and numerous technology platforms for various project implementations. He directs efforts and drives high-level analysis to determine the proper direction of innovation and selection of appropriate technology for aligning Advaiya’s initiatives for business customers needing re-engineering, modernization, or improvement.

Pankaj Chowdhry
Founder & CEO at FortressIQ

At FortressIQ I lead a merry band of pirates trying to save humanity from a post apocalyptic, dystopian future (Skynet). We’re building a complete platform for managing AI and automation within the Global 2000, delivering the insights, security & governance they need to adopt automation at scale.

Eyal Feldman
CEO, Stampli

The lessons I learned in improving work processes throughout my career, combined with my passion for people is what inspired the concept of Stampli. Every company communicates with others through invoices and these invoices go through quite a journey, a journey that involves the cooperation of people. The people are the soft spots of the process, where it breaks down. Stampli makes these “soft spots” the strong points in the process.