Executive Summit 2018 - Travel Details & Track Registration
Please provide us with your logistics information and if you join us early on October 8th you can attend two State-of-the-Art sessions.
State-of-the-Art Sessions on October 8th
- 10:30-11:10 am – State-of-the-Art sessions
- 11:20-12:00 am – State-of-the-Art sessions
All sessions will be hosted twice and you can join up to two of the sessions.
Is RPA delivering on its Benefits promise?
Since 2010 when initial rumblings about the RPA hit the industry, and in 2014 when the widespread awareness of RPA happened, RPA has been branded as the "Next Big Thing" in the market. Its first target was BPO and outsourcing industry that relies on humans to get something done. The initial promise was huge, There are multiple research reports and industry forecasts that quote billions of dollars as the RPA market. RPA has the potential. Looking closely at the range of RPA benefits reveals why it’s seen by so many as a leap forward from the current labor arbitrage model and an enabler of true innovation.
GDPR, four months underway
The implementation of the European GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation) is just around the corner – May 25th, 2018 to be exact – and more and more companies are proud to say they are ready. The GDPR aims to bring consistency around privacy and data protection and we all should be committed to being GDPR compliant. Do we see that the regulations bring a win-win for businesses and the consumers at the same time? Let us zoom in where we stand after four months. To share best practices and worse practices we see after the first implementation phase.
Thinkubator, true business value acceleration
Customer behavior is transforming rapidly. As customers have new ways of interacting with companies, their expectations, needs and desires change too. They are constantly being exposed to, and influenced by, best-in-class digital engagement models and services from all industries. These are setting new standards and continually raising levels of expectations. The result is a significant shift in how customers think, feel and behave towards the brands, products and services they choose to have a relationship with. Structured applied innovation with new technologies is crucial to stay ahead of competition and on the edge of market change. Our proven Sogeti Thinkubator approach will help you create business value fast with hot technologies like, AI, Chatbots, IoT and Blockchain, please join us to understand how we create your working business prototype in only 6 weeks.
Cognitive QA, how to test AI?
Quality validation, end-to-end customer experience validation and testing of applications across a myriad of devices and platforms makes for a complex challenge for most organizations today. Expert experience alone is not sufficient to be prepared. Additional sources of intelligence need to be leveraged. Innovations in analytics, artificial intelligence, and data sciences allow organizations to spot areas of inefficiencies and remove them before they impact and provide insight on business processes and approaches that can be improved that were not visible before. Predicting the unpredictable is one of the key principles that the Sogeti Cognitive QA approach has been designed around. We want to challenge the established approach that allows for finding the unexpected and removing the irrational.
- Michiel BoreelChief Technology Officer
+31 347 22 10 02
Michiel BoreelChief Technology Officer
+31 347 22 10 02
Michiel Boreel has worked in the IT Industry for over 21 years and since 2007 has held the role of Chief Technology Officer with Sogeti. Michiel started his IT career at a company now owned by Sogeti advising about the reverse engineering of legacy information systems and migration estimation methods.
In 1994, Sogeti asked Michiel to lead a new initiative, called the Institute for the Analysis of New Technology (VINT), a small research and trend spotting group with the goal of inspiring customers to apply new technology in business processes. A constant theme in all of the VINT research is the question what role IT will play in the future society and how technology can be applied to create meaningful business innovation.
In December 2011 VINT was complemented by SogetiLabs, also headed by Michiel Boreel.