WEBINAR: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 at 12:00pm – 1:00pm ET
What does it take to Automate?
The majority of Automation Programs fail to operationalize – why? FortyOak’s unique position in the market positions us closely with the people who have successfully run day to day operations of automation programs. We’re inviting you to join Anthony Giardina of FortyOak (previously KPMG’s RPA Program Leader), Lorrie McBride (Manager of Software Quality, Collaboration Solutions, and Robotic Process Automation), Lilyan Parker (Lead Process Engineer at The MITRE Corporation) and Patrick Erkkila (Senior Program Manager – Process Automation CoE at Columbia Sportswear) as we discuss what it takes to automate.
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Meet Our Panelists:
Manager of Software Quality, Collaboration Solutions, and Robotic Process Automation
Lead Process Engineer at The MITRE Corporation
Lilyan brings diverse work experience to the table, having begun her career in corporate finance before transitioning into consulting in the areas of business process reengineering, financial analysis, and project management. She spent time working with a non-profit organization overseas prior to shifting her focus to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and business process innovation. In this realm, Lilyan supported the Army’s adoption of RPA within its financial information management community; she helped design a robust methodology to walk automation concepts through to deployment and also managed the successful completion of several RPA projects. Currently she is employed at The MITRE Corporation where she is supporting a Department of Defense organization in managing and governing its RPA services at the enterprise level. Lilyan has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from James Madison University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from The George Washington University.
Senior Program Manager – Process Automation CoE at Columbia Sportswear
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