Automation Reaction is a new web series, where IBM subject matter experts present a new Automation tool or capability and a Client Practitioner reacts to it in real time and discusses how it might be deployed. In this first episode, Matt Warta, Program Director of IBM Workflow, shows the new Work Management command center with AI-powered dashboards that help operations monitor work in progress and prevent missed deadlines by predicting outcomes before they occur. Reacting in real time is Paul Cortellesi, ECM lead at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, who faces many of the same challenges addressed by the tool. It’s a two-way conversation. Honest, real and always fascinating. Don’t miss it.
Paul Cortellesi brings more than 30 years experience to his role as FileNet lead for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. He is dedicated to all core aspects of the FileNet system, which manages MSK's Electronic Health Record, Patient Accounts, and several smaller apps. Paul is also the president of the ECM Metropolitan User Group, which brings together New York area users from all industries to meet and share best practices. He is a Lifetime IBM Champion, who frequently speaks at conferences and events, bringing his humor and energetic spirit to important Automation topics.
Mathew Warta is a Principal Offering Manager for IBM Digital Business Automation, with more than 20 years of Business Process experience as an engineer, architect and software executive. He has an enviable reputation for balancing his technical proficiency with the creative thinking necessary to assure that technology delivers measurable business value. He is an engaging public speaker who can clearly explain the value of artificial intelligence and automation for an enterprise in transformation.