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Intelligent Automation in Banking Summit

Date : Wednesday, 24 October 2018
Location : London, United Kingdom
Category : Finance & Banking

Intelligent Automation has gathered tremendous interest among the banking sector. In this new era, an increasing number of Banks are gearing to adopt AI and RPA to not just stay competitive, improve efficiency, but also reduce the burden of hiring non-core resources. It will allow banks to offer new features and experiences for their customers and enter new markets to grow which have been traditionally quite difficult.

AI (Artificial Intelligence) alone will save more than $1 trillion in the banking industry. Financial institutions should expect a 22% cost reduction in operating expenses due to AI. The robotic process automation market size is expected to reach $8.6 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 36.2% during 2018-2023.

Kinfos Events is proud to present Europe’s first dedicated “Intelligent Automation In Banking Summit” in London. This will be jointly presented by some of the top banks and industry leaders. 2018 has been dubbed as the year of Intelligent Automation therefore this event could’t have been better timed. Join here to stay unto date with latest trends in AI, RPA, Cognitive Automation, Machine Learning and related topics. It offers unique good opportunity for solution providers, vendors to not just associate their brand names with this emerging sector, but also to power project themselves as Industry front-runners and pioneers which are shaping the future of AI and RPA.
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