A huge chunk of data within financial services and Insurance companies are unstructured and locked in documents. These organizations are staring at lost opportunities because they fail to capture and make sense of all the information hidden in these documents.

AI enabled Intelligent Document Processing (IDP) is a game changer opening doors to a wealth of rich insights critical for faster and easier decision making without the need for time-intensive and manual extraction of information from documents. Leveraging IDP Financial Services and Insurance companies can deliver assured outcomes such as faster loans, speedy claims, higher workforce productivity, faster time to value, and resilient business.

Key Topics:

    • The Edge Power Room Series will bring together thought leaders to discuss current challenges and how IDP can help improve business outcomes, accelerate innovation and drive growth in endless ways, thus shaping the enterprise of the future.
    • As the digital revolution takes shape, enterprises which can derive intelligence, from all the data that lies within the plethora of documents, will be able to shape the future and thrive in disruption.
    • Are you geared up shape the future of your enterprise?



17:15-18:00 – Networking drinks
18:00 – The Future of AI in the Insurance and Financial Services Sector – Craig Le Clair, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester
18:30 – Unlocking the value from unstructured data and documents for Banking & Insurance – Badri Devella, Senior Director, Digitization and Automation Solutions, EdgeVerve
19:00 – Seated 3 course dinner with wine
20:30 – Panel discussion: How businesses can ease the complexity of processing documents with the help of AI
21:00 – Program ends

Badri Devalla Senior Director, Digitization and Automation Solutions, EdgeVerve

Badri Devalla is the Senior Director & Head – AI & Automation Solutions at EdgeVerve. Badri is responsible for implementing solutions leveraging AI & RPA products for Enterprise clients. Badri has delivered cognitive automation across Enterprise Operations using AI techniques ranging from Recommendation Engines to Deep Learning-based NLP to redefine customer experience and improve operations efficiency. His current focus is on “Doc to Digital” approaches to pipeline enriched & validated extracts from documents to Enterprise systems supporting business processes for New Business, KYC, Servicing, Claims, Telecom Billing, and Contracts Analysis. In his 25+ years of experience, he has led teams of systems architects, business process consultants, and Automation experts. He is an alumnus of Texas A&M University with a Master’s in Electrical Engineering (Data Compression & Error Correction) and a PhD in Computer Science (Networking & Real-time Systems).

Craig Le Clair Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester

Craig serves enterprise architecture and business process professionals. He is an internationally recognized expert in automation, AI, and the future of work. His technology coverage areas include robotic process automation, AI solutions in financial services, and the potential workforce disruption due to these technologies. His 2019 book, Invisible Robots in the Quiet of the Night, has been met with wide acclaim. A prolific writer and speaker, Craig is frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and many other publications and media outlets. Dynamic case management, electronic signature, and customer communications management round out his coverage. Previous Work Experience Craig brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Forrester through his 25 years of experience in IT and business process transformation. Prior to joining Forrester, he was a vice president at ADP, focusing on next-generation strategies for investor communications. He holds a patent for electronic delivery of compliance information. Craig was also a cofounder of docHarbor, an early SaaS provider. He has both a strong business and technology background, including time at Mitre and BBN. Education Craig earned a BS in economics from Georgetown University and an MBA from George Washington University.

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