The third annual ISG Automation Summit explores the power, promise, and peril of automation. Blending strategic guidance with practical advice, it explores how companies can achieve competitive advantage in their business environments and IT services through improved processes in customer services, back-office operations, and warehouse management.
Across 8 episodes (taking place between November 4–26, 2020), Insurance industry leaders from around the world will come together to debate new ideas, unpack the latest trends, set agendas and build collaborative partnerships.
ABBYY’s Reggie Twigg will be part of the Panel “The secrets behind successful digital transformation” on Wednesday, November 11, 14:05-14:40h GMT. Join him and other industry experts as they explore the road to digital transformation, from the transition phase through to final outcomes, get practical, first-hand insights, work out how to overcome challenges and explore new opportunities that come hand-in-hand with a full-scale digital transformation.
Fireside chat: ‘The Zero Touch Goal’ - Using Intelligent Document Processing to Support an E-Invoice Initiative
Join Proctor & Gamble and ABBYY For a Fireside Chat & Live Q&A during IQPC’s Intelligent Automation Week:
‘The Zero Touch Goal’. Using Intelligent Document Processing to Support an E-Invoice Initiative
Interactive discussion will provide insight on how integrated document processing enables automation and capture of invoices from email, to achieve corporate goals of “Zero Touch Processing” for e-invoice initiatives.
Kathy Mahaney: IT Director – SPPO Smart Automation, Proctor & Gamble Bruce Orcutt: Vice President – Head of Product Marketing, ABBYY
Seventy-one percent of accounts payable leaders say their department will automate further before year’s end. Even departments that describe themselves as “largely automated” plan to deploy more technology. But many accounts payable leaders are unsure of the best technologies and approaches to automation to use. Many are wondering what to do with their existing invoice processing systems and the best way to deploy a new system when everyone works at home. Other accounts payable leaders need suggestions for selling cost-conscious senior managers on automation.
ABBYY’s Reggie Twigg will be part of the Panel “The Accounts Payable Automation Answer Forum” on Wednesday, December 2, 10:45am – 11:45am EST. Join him and other industry experts for this virtual town hall meeting as the panelists answer your questions about accounts payable automation.
Moderated by Mark Brousseau.
Panelists include: Basware, Esker, Bottomline, and ABBYY