RPA - The State of the Art and The Coming Future
with Daniel Barchi, Justin Greenberger and Sigal Zarmi
September 19, 2019
Venue: Stamford Yacht Club
97 Ocean Drive West
Stamford, CT 06902
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has been hailed as one of the great technological revolutions of our time. RPA has become a powerful tool for IT executives, but the implementation has been far from smooth for some. The ability to automate repetitive, rules-based tasks and create efficiency in meeting customer needs has been lauded for its potential to free employees to focus on higher value work and reduce enterprise costs. To some employees, the implementation of RPA is seen as a threat, and a ’job killer’ in traditional white collar fields like accounting and law. Please join us for a fascinating discussion by two of the leading practitioners in the area interviewed by SIM Board member Sigal Zarmi.
Chief Information Officer, New York Presbyterian
Daniel Barchi is the Chief Information Officer at New York Presbyterian where he leads the healthcare provider’s celebrated breakthroughs in innovative application of technologies to the healthcare industry. At the 10-hospital system, Mr. Barchi is responsible for IT, pharmacy, analytics, RPA, artificial intelligence and telemedicine.
A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Daniel was previously CIO of Yale New Haven Health System. He has held C-Level titles in prominent healthcare and telecommunications organizations.
Vice President, Customer Success, UIPath
As Vice President of Customer Success at UiPath, Justin Greenberger leads the organization aimed at driving education & adoption to UiPath’s customer base. UiPath’s customer success program is aimed at addressing customer’s unique objectives, provide technical/strategic direction, and act as an advocate within UiPath.
Before UiPath Justin held various roles at GE including CIO of GE Digital (GE’s IoT business). He focused the teams around a transition to master data analytics, certified datasets, and simplifying the ERP infrastructure with cloud ERP. In addition, Justin was responsible for the IT Corporate Audit Staff as Executive Audit Manager. There he grew the organization and transformed the curriculum into a highly technical program, while also presenting to the GE board on cybersecurity threats.
Justin is a graduate of Indiana University and holds a BSB in Information & Process Management. He and his wife live in New York City.
Peter Cumello is the CFO of WorkFusion where he is also responsible for the global operations of its People, Legal, and CIO functions. Peter’s experience includes building true global startups as well as managing multi-billion dollar organizations. Forward-thinking companies choose WorkFusion’s Intelligent Automation Cloud to reduce their cost, upskill their workforce and gain a competitive edge. WorkFusion’s smarter bots offer full-scale, high-fidelity automation in a unified platform that has everything enterprises need to automate, at lowest TCO and fastest time to value.
Sigal Zarmi, Moderator
Managing Director, Head of Transformation, Morgan Stanley; FWSIM Board Member
Sigal Zarmi is a Managing Director and the Head of Technology Transformation at Morgan Stanley. Sigal joined the Firm in 2018 and is responsible for modernizing the digital experience and driving the Firm’s technology innovation agenda through artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, cloud, data insights and analytics, to increase speed and agility in technology and business units. She is a member of the Technology Operating Committee.
Prior to Morgan Stanley, Sigal was Vice Chairman and Global Chief Information Officer (CIO) for PwC, where she developed and launched a comprehensive Network-wide technology strategy to modernize global platforms, increase speed and agility in the lines of business, and facilitate expansion into new markets. Before that, Sigal was the CIO of GE Capital Americas, where she spent 18 years in various technology and operations leadership positions. She began her career as a developer at Motorola.
She holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University in New York City and a B.S. in engineering from the Technicon - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel. Sigal is a passionate advocate for women in technology, providing career mentorship and raising awareness through public speaking. She also serves on the advisory board of Ability Beyond and the board of directors at the Fairfield/Westchester chapter of the Society for Information Management (SIM).
Our SponsorThe rapid rise of AI and automation, along with the changing roles of people in the workforce, have created both complexity and opportunity for individuals, businesses and entire countries. Our Company's purpose is to reduce this complexity and help our customers exploit the opportunity through products that pair people with intelligent software robots. WorkFusion is headquartered on Wall Street in New York City with teams throughout North America, Europe and Asia.