DX SeminarsTM: Events for Innovative Business Leaders
DX SeminarsTM is Quanton’s event series, designed to offer innovative business leaders the practical knowledge they require to successfully apply emerging technologies and achieve short term business performance while creating a foundation for long term digital transformation.
DX SeminarsTM events are designed to arm business leaders with in-depth knowledge on the biggest technology trends and distinguish between the hype, the promise and the practical reality. We achieve this by carefully selecting speakers who can demonstrate both expertise and practical experience.
DX Seminar events address the immediate opportunity for Digital Transformation and Business Process Automation.
DX Seminar are short format events designed for leaders, transformers on a mission and people with massive transformative goals.
What we want for you
Gain a global and local context of what is possible now and how you can create future operating models with emerging technologies like Machine Learning, AI and business process automation technologies. Automation.
We want you to come away with practical information that will drive immediate business benefit & gain knowledge from leading experts and successful leaders in the field of what is possible now with Robotic Automation and the future opportunities of Intelligent Automation
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
Speakers will share their expert views on highly topical subjects including the current state of digital transformation worldwide, the successes in the New Zealand market, the future of work and the emergence of Cognitive and Intelligent Automation. Speakers will also address practical detail such as the vital role that governance (technical, project and programme) plays in scaling automation and transformation programmes.
Next Event: New Zealand’s AI Future
An exploration into the use of ‘AI’ in New Zealand, strategies to govern AI in the future, large scale adoption scenarios and what it means for the future of work and commerce.
Thursday August 26th, 4:00pm – 6:30pm.
QUANtON NEW ZEALAND KEYNOTE: Professor James Maclaurin
James Maclaurin is a professor in the Philosophy Programme for the University of Otago and received his doctorate in philosophy of science from the Australian National University.
He is a co-director of the University’s Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy (Otago.ac.nz/CAIPP) and co-signatory to the University of Otago’s memorandum of understanding on research into the social, ethical and legal effects of artificial intelligence with the New Zealand government Department of Internal Affairs. He is a principal investigator on the Artificial Intelligence and Law in New Zealand Project, which is funded under the New Zealand Law Foundation’s Internet Law and Policy Project.
James will deliver an insightful and informative presentation based on findings published in Government Use Of Artificial Intelligence In New Zealand (2019) and The Impact Of Artificial Intelligence On Jobs And Work In New Zealand (2021).
November 2018 – Auckland
Quanton Global Key Note: Professor Leslie Willcocks
Willcocks has an international reputation for his work on automation, global management and strategic organisational change. His keynote draws on three years’ of research in Robotic Process Automation, Cognitive Automation and the future of work.
His research projects has covered multiple industries, applications and use cases to establish action principles that mitigate automation risks and will discuss multiple real-life cases of RPA and Cognitive Automation being used in a range of organisations to illustrate how contemporary enterprises are undergoing an exciting process of digital transformation.
Willcocks is joined by a high-powered line-up of speakers including Carol D’Silva (Westpac) and Axel Schneider (UiPath).
September 2018 – Auckland
Quanton Australasian Key Note: Anthony Scott, Chief Intelligent Automation Officer
Providing a user perspective Anthony share’s illion’s RPA journey, the strategic drivers, challenges faced, benefits achieved and future direction of a highly successful automation programme.
Anthony has a long history in the financial services industry including consultative work relating to RPA strategy/development, programme management, business process, process design, customer relationship and IT service management.
illion (formally trading as Dun & Bradstreet) is the leading independent provider of trusted data and analytics products, with the companies consumer and commercial credit registries comprising data on over 20 million individuals and over 2.5 million active companies. Prior to joining illion, Anthony was the General Manager of Robotics, Automation and Transformation for Equifax.