Date Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Time 4.30 p.m. onwards
Venue Stora Salongen, Operakällaren Conference & Banquet, Operahuset, Karl XII:s torg, 103 22 Stockholm, Sweden, (Located one floor above Operakällarens main dining room)Register Now
Infosys and ISG are hosting a roundtable dinner and debate on 18th of March in Stockholm on the theme of Creating Business Value with AI and Automation. This will be an evening of invigorating conversations, and an opportunity to meet influencers, leaders and peers from varied sectors in the Nordics including financial services, insurance and manufacturing industries.
Over drinks and dinner, attendees will hear from ISG and Infosys thought leaders and take part in a facilitated debate on the issues and challenges faced by enterprises that want to create business value using AI and Automation. The focus will be on showcasing real instances of excellence and innovation and banishing the hype that commonly surrounds the theme by addressing the following questions:
- How mature are other organizations in their Automation and AI journeys today?
- What are the ‘must-haves’ for scaling intelligent Automation, not just RPA, in the business?
- How should I create a business case for scaling Automation?
- What governance do I need?
- How should I measure and demonstrate value from an Automation initiative?
The keynote will be delivered by industry veteran and automation expert Wayne Butterfield, Director, ISG.
Our aim is to create a knowledge sharing and networking forum. We intend this session to be the first in a series of quarterly roundtables and we value your participation and contribution to this group.
Registration and drinks
Welcome and keynote by Infosys and ISG
Fail to scale? What the data tells us about why Automation isn’t the business value creation panacea you were lead to believe
Starters and main course with informal networking at the table
AI and Automation industry adoption and maturity journey
Roundtable discussion anchored by Infosys experts John and Sanchit, with inputs from the attendees
Dessert, coffee and informal networking
Drinks and networking for those who want to stay on
Sanchit Mullick - AVP, Group Director, AI and Automation Practice, Infosys
Wayne Butterfield - Director, AI and Automation, ISG
John Gikopoulos - Partner, Global Head of AI and Automation, Infosys Consulting
Do let us know if you are interested in joining us for future chapter events too.