IT automation is all of the rage generating much M&A activity in these types of companies especially those specialising in Robotic Business Automation (RPA).

Speaker

Paul McGillivray

Agenda

18:30 - Welcome - Ed Bedell
18:45 - IT Automation to the rescue, the future is bright. - Paul McGillivray
19:30 - Q&A
20:15 - Meeting end.... but folks welcome to stay on the call
21:00 - Close down

Synopsis

Paul McGillivray explores the trends in automation that are massively disrupting the software industry, from code generation and CI/CD, to RPA and low-code platforms. This is the talk you need to attend if you're to thrive during this tsunami of change that is enveloping every market, powered by technology.

About the speaker

Paul McGillivray is an experienced digital strategist, with over twenty one years leading software teams at CTO level. As co-founder and CTO of Remote, an award-winning custom software agency, he leads a team of experts building online applications that automate business processes; freeing teams to do more meaningful work and make a positive impact in the world. He's worked with startups, scale-ups, and global brands like Sony, Volvo, Mitsubishi, Volkswagen Group and Tesco.

He's also co-founder and CTO of Code Assembly. The company's first product, incoder, is a disruptive SaaS platform for software developers that dramatically reduces the time it takes to develop and release software. Announced at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco in 2019, it is set to launch in 2021.

Paul's passionate about helping business leaders to harness their purpose, using software to level-up and scale their businesses. On this theme, he's delivered keynotes at both TEDx and B1G1x events, is a co-author of the best-selling book Legacy, and is host of the Purpose First podcast, as well as a regular guest on many business podcasts. His book The Automated Business is due out in Spring 2021.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Shropshire branch

Webinar: IT Automation to the rescue, the future is bright
Date and time
15 December, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location


Webinar
Price
Free