Will Australian CFOs be Replaced by Robots

Procensol Australia

Will Australian CFOs be Replaced by Robots?

Procensol Australia's Mervin Chiang will address this controversial topic in his thought-provoking keynote to the Digital CFO Summit in Perth on 13 November.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – 11 NOVEMBER 2019: Australia's fast growing Intelligent Automation specialist, Procensol Australia has opened its Perth office and is challenging CFO's to tackle the human and technology changes that digital transformation in finance is bringing.

Procensol Australia Chief Operating Officer, Mervin Chiang will address delegates at the upcoming Digital CFO Summit in Perth on 13thNovember 2019 on the topic of Intelligent Automation and Digital Transformation – Are You Really Ready?

"Whilst selecting the best established and emerging technologies for Intelligent Automation is important, taking a human centred approach to design, planning and preparation is equally important for digital transformation to be a success because people are at the heart of a good business not robots," said Mervin Chiang, Chief Operating Officer, Procensol Australia.

The Digital CFO Summit will focus on the transformative journey of the finance department. Speakers and delegates will address topics relating to the people, the data, analytical, and automation processes that create a more vibrant and productive business operation.

The program features CFO's and digital leaders speaking from Rio Tinto, AEGIC, Rent.com, HBF Health, Fitness Australia, Deloitte, JLL, Gold Corporation – the Perth Mint, Canon Oceania and The Victorian Auditor General's Office, Tianqi Lithium, Marsh and several others.

Procensol is a global leader in the delivery of high-performance commercial outcomes using low code applications such as Appian and Automation Anywhere. Procensol launched in Australia in 2014 and since then has become the go-to company in Australia for government departments, universities and businesses implementing the Appian platform.

Procensol Australia recently announced its expansion into Western Australia and will be providing local employment opportunities as well as developing relationships with local universities to create pathways for STEM graduates.

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