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RPA Panel Discussion at ICC8 (Information Capture Conference)

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ICC8 took place in Berlin one year ago. The conference was hosted by PFU (EMEA) Limited. A variety of leaders in the community discussed there the latest developments in information management solutions. Some of the stuff from the conference was shared just a few days ago. One such is the RPA Panel Discussion where you can learn from 4 experts of the industry what a typical RPA deal size is, where the customers are, how to become an integrator, what the hurdles are to overcome when you are in front of a customer. The experts will also share how they see RPA in their environment because each of them coming from different companies, from different backgrounds. Here are the four guests:

  1. The first guest is a gentleman who has been working in senior executive roles for companies such as Google and Amazon and since 2016 he has been building up to race successfully the European operation of the leading RPA vendor Automation Anywhere where he works today as the VP and Digital Worker Evangelist, James Dening.
  2. The next person is a gentleman who also has worked in senior executive roles in various companies like Atos, Accenture, Infosys and he has been leading the product roadmap revision for the leading RPA vendor UiPath where he works today as the Global VP of Automation Innovations, Boris Krumrey.
  3. The third expert is a gentleman who has a lot of experience on the capture sites as well as the information management market space where he has been working in senior executive roles ranging from product marketing up to managing whole global business units for the market-leading capture vendor, Abbyy, where he is today the VP and Head of Sales, Markus Pichler.
  4. The last expert is Philipp Küller who has a lot of experience in integrating, implementing and deploying different RPA platforms technologies also the ones from UiPath as well as from Automation Anywhere, and he works for Fujitsu as Competence Lead of Automation.