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Intelligent Automation, a Panel -- Successes through Process Automation

  • Friday, October 25, 2019
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Fox Club, at the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Neuroscience Group Field, 2400 N Casaloma Dr., Appleton, WI

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Join us for the October 2019 WIT@Work Breakfast Series event -  Intelligent Automation Panel -- Successes through Automation.


One of the ways that technology is being used to make significant impacts on how we do business is with process automation. It's being applied across all different industries and functional areas to boost efficiency, reduce errors and allow people to focus on more value-added work. 


Join us on October 25, at The Fox Club, at the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Neuroscience Group Field, at 2400 N Casaloma Dr., in Appleton, to learn about how a variety of local companies are using process automation and what the leaders of those initiatives have to say about the journey.


Registration, Networking and Breakfast:  7:00 - 7:30 am

Meeting updates and Speakers:  7:30 - 9:00 am



Connie Collaer has 25 years with Schneider, of which 20 years focused on a variety of roles in the process redesign/reengineering field.  Including business lead for Order Management/ERP implementation. Working in Tech as the Business Transformation Partner, and most recently, last 5 years, implementing and leading the Enterprise Process Automation work.  She has also participated in 2019 Blue Prism World panel discussion for “Women in RPA”.


Bob Engebos has been with Kimberly-Clark for 20 years, with leadership responsibilities spanning Business Intelligence, Analytics, Platform Engineering, DevOps, and RPA. His current role is Global Leader – Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with responsibilities for the centralized Data Science organization as well as Analytics DevOps.

Lindsay LaCourse's experience with process automation is with both internal- and external-facing business processes. Her automation experience includes automating customer buying journeys, internal and external onboarding processes, new business relationships and appointment setting, annual communications, automating a leads process (sales), federally-required training, and more. Lindsay's process automation experiences are from her years at at National Guardian Life Insurance Company, Inc., Madison, WI.

Candice Ollila has 14 years of Financial Services Experience, 12 within Associated Bank. Her primary focus has been with process improvement, focusing on workflow automation, RPA, Print Management, and OCR.
She drives the strategy for these solutions and partners with the lines of business to identify opportunities and develop roadmaps for implementations. She currently leads a team of 13 System Administrators (both internal colleagues and contractors) that assist with the implementation and support of these efficiency solutions.

Panel facilitator: Nicole Wilson

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