United States

Letting intelligent automation take flight

Jan 09, 2018
From the Government Institute

Intelligent automation is here and the results are real. With low cost of implementation and rapid deployment models, return on investment is short fueling further growth and adoption. Organizations must integrate risk and governance by design into the operating model to effectively navigate the complex risk landscape.

A well-designed risk and governance function helps ensure intelligent automation programs avoids a turbulent flight or a crash landing—that risks associated with the digital transformation are effectively identified, evaluated, and mitigated (or in some cases, accepted).

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Martin Sokalski

Martin Sokalski

Principal, Emerging Technology Risk
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