Automation Trends Roundtable

Join us on Thursday, April 22nd at 3pm EST alongside John Cottongim, former Automation Director at Mars Inc., and AIG's former Automation Lead.

Seats are limited, so please register to reserve yours!
Once a month, we invite executives from the Financial Services and Insurance sectors to participate in an exclusive Roundtable event.

With one speaker and a timely topic, we discuss digital transformation, technology, and the latest market trends.

Register today to reserve your seat at this month's Roundtable, receive exclusive invitations to future events, and access recordings of prior Roundtable discussions.
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April 22, 2021

Exploring the Boundaries of Automation in Heavily Regulated, People-Centric Industries

With Speaker John Cottongim

Profile photo of Roots Automation founder, John Cottongim, the CTO who build the Cognitive Bots.
John Cottongim has long advocated for digital transformation, first as the Automation COE Lead for AIG, then as the Automation Director at Mars, Inc., and finally as the CTO of Roots Automation.

More and more companies are considering automation as a means for workforce augmentation, improved customer experience, and organizational growth. Even so, the question remains: what are the limitations of this technology?

As an executive who has both built and bought automation on a corporate level, John will discuss the true boundaries of this technology -- from customer experience all the way to integrations and cyber security.

This Automation Trends Roundtable will take place virtually on Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 3pm EST, and is ideal for executives dealing with operations as well as technology and infrastructure.
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About Our Roundtable

The Automation Trends Roundtable is an opportunity to connect industry professionals in the Insurance, Healthcare, and Financial Services sectors. Each month, we feature a new guest speaker with experience and proven expertise in their respective field. While the guest speaker changes with each event, the chosen topics are always timely and relevant to the common challenges in your industry.

More than just another stuffy webinar, the Automation Trends Roundtable is held virtually in an interview-style setting. As an attendee, you can ask questions of the speaker, gain valuable industry insight, and even soundboard ideas. We always keep the event small to ensure everyone's thoughts will be heard.

In a world where in-person networking has been replaced with cold webinars, the Automation Trends Roundtable can also be used to connect with other professionals in your industry. And remember, the topic and speaker changes every month. If you like this month's event, make sure to reserve your seat quickly because the next Roundtable will be different!

Reasons to Register

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Fortune 500 Expertise

Our monthly Roundtable encourages interview-style discourse with executives from companies like AIG, MassMutual, and more.

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Practical Applications

Walk away with professional insights on current industry trends, and receive actionable suggestions to implement into your business objectives.

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World-Class Forum

In a zero-pitching environment, this Roundtable is strictly a forum to discuss market changes and demands with top industry executives.

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