People centric systems: Connecting people, processes and technology

Join Karl Nicholson, the CIO of Synaptek, a digital innovation company, to learn how intelligent automation delivers the future of work.

You’ll hear how the explosion of SaaS platforms has created business environments that are more complex than ever before, but IT Operations as an industry has not evolved at the speed required to manage this complexity and protect against costly system downtime.

Synaptek will demonstrate how the right intelligent automation strategy improves connectivity, transforms productivity and fixes siloed working practices to simplify this complexity and protect business continuity.

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Karl Nicholson
Chief Information Officer

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