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Automation Idol - Who Will Win The AIIM-IBM Virtual Event on February 24?

By DAVID Jenness posted Thu February 18, 2021 05:34 PM


In 2020, the two AIIM-IBM Virtual Events were a real bright spot for showcasing what IBM and its Clients and Business Partners are doing to expand the possibilities for AI-powered Business Automation. With four hours to work with, we found new ways to make it fun and engaging and not all about software – we had well-known comedians, talented singer-songwriters, even a Gypsy Swing band for some much-needed live music. 

On February 24, we are going for the biggest extravaganza yet. Starting at 11 AM EST, this unique event will be a software conference, a game show, and a business seminar with a twist. Oh, and we also have Capitol recording artist Devon Gilfillian joining us live from Nashville to bring us some of his sweet, soulful songs from his latest album, “Black Hole Rainbow.”

I know!  It’s going to be amazing.

The event is called “Changing How Work Gets Done – New Intelligent Tools for a Dynamic Digital World.” IBM Offering Managers and Business Partners will be showing six brand new intelligent Automation tools that organizations can deploy, covering a range of use cases, from processing mining to determine what to automate, AI-powered document processing, business rules to govern machine learning, a new work management control center to monitor operations and a new DBA scoping tool to determine opportunity and ROI from automation.

And then, we have four longtime automation and intelligent information management practitioners who will act as a panel, commenting on each tool and presentation. At the end, the audience will vote for the Tool that has the most Wow Factor, the one that offers the most value to their organizational business challenges right now.

It’s Automation Idol!

We’ll also have the IBM Keynote from Ed Lynch on “How to Become an Automation Achiever,” AIIM President Peggy Winton offers AIIM’s view, based on surveys of their huge membership, and Ben Chance from IBM Automation shows how to create a Digital Center of Excellence.

And don’t forget Devon Gilfillian!  He has forged a sound from his Philadelphia roots, mixed with his new hometown of Nashville, and he’ll bring it all back home with a couple of live songs for the audience, just for being there.

And yea, here's a link to register. It's free.