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Join our stellar panel of key opinion leaders in the Higher Education sector to learn how they see Intelligent Automation as a catalyst in modernizing HEIs to better serve their current and future student bodies, faculty, and staff.
As Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) juggle reduced funding and staffing challenges with higher student-service standards, leaders have found an ally in Intelligent Automation.
Intelligent Automation technologies, such as Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Intelligent Document Processing, and Conversational AI, can be the key digital drivers of operational efficiency, modernizing the faculty and student experience, and delivering cost savings across universities and colleges.
Hear the perspectives and lessons learned from top industry voices, including the CIO of Georgia Southern University, the CTO of Texas Associate Commissioner for Higher Ed, and the Board Director for State of Virginia’s HEI RPA Community of Practice on how they see the adoption of Intelligent Automation in Higher Education evolving, key areas to target, core technologies to consider, critical success factors, and lessons learned.
Ashlea is a seasoned technology executive with over 20 years of experience in higher education and corporate technology. As CIO at GSU, she has overseen the successful rollout of key digital transformation initiatives, including the implementation of Intelligent Automation. She is a key opinion leader in the higher ed technology sector.
Krishna is the first Chief Technology Officer for the Texas Higher Education Department in an Assistant Commissioner rank. In this capacity, he would provide technology leadership and stewardship to support the agency to achieve a Talent-Strong Texas and make Texas a global leader in higher education. Prior to this role, he served as the Division Director of Enterprise Solution Services at the Texas Department of Information Resources on Cloud, AI, and emerging technologies.
Dr. David Rehr is one of the nation’s top business advocates and teaches Advocacy and Lobbying at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. He also co-founded the Robotic Process Automation Initiative at GMU’s Schar School of Policy and Government and is a member of the board of directors for Virginia’s HEI RPA Community of Practice.
As SVP of Public Sector, Jim helps government and educational institutions understand the tremendous value that automation brings to agencies and HEIs. Prior to Roboyo, Jim served as CTO and Evangelist for Public Sector at UiPath, preceded by 32 years of leadership experience in government (NASA, MDA, DISA, and as an Army Major). He had the honor to lead NASA’s and Treasury’s 1st RPA deployment.