SSON announces Intelligent Automation World Series

The world's first ever online Intelligent Automation event dedicated to shared services professionals begins in September

The event, which will be open to attend online and free-of-charge, will host a panel of pioneering experts in the field of Intelligent Automation to offer guidance and advice to the shared services and outsourcing sector.


SSON, the worlds largest online community operating within this industry, successfully hosted the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) World Series in February 2017 for over 1,000 global attendees.

The Intelligent Automation World Series aims to be even bigger, giving attendees the opportunity to learn from real-life case studies and interact with experts in dedicated Q&A sessions.

All registrants will receive insight into minimizing risk and security concerns in RPA, understanding the digital workforce of the future, and training staff to use bots as useful partners.

"Intelligent Automation is poised to revolutionize the enterprise, creating a wealth of new opportunities for shared services to play a crucial role. The Intelligent Automation World Series is timely, therefore, as practitioners are trying to navigate their way through robotics- and cognitive-driven solutions. With the calibre of experts presenting their case studies, it is a key event for those who want to ensure they stay up to date," said Barbara Hodges, Global Editor of the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network.

More details can be found at: http://bit.ly/2vIxGY3

About SSON:
Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON) is the largest and most established community of shared services and outsourcing professionals in the world.
Established in 1999, SSON recognised the revolution in business support services as it was happening and realized that a forum was needed through which practitioners could connect with each other on a regional and global basis. Now, with more than 120,000 members, SSON operates under three distinct brands - SSON and SSON Analytics each offering shared services professionals the information, tools and connections they need to do their job.
For more information, contact:

Elisa Elena Montes P.
Engagement Community Manager, SSON
elisa.montes@ssonetwork.com
+44 (0) 20 7368 9518

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