NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 14, 2019
The Institute for Robotic Process Automation & AI (IRPA AI) has announced the formation of its Nordic Chapter to be led by EvoluteIQ and chaired by Peter Dahlgren (Chairman, EvoluteIQ) out of Stockholm, Sweden.
Adoption of Intelligent Automation leveraging RPA and AI technologies is quickly becoming mainstream in the Nordics region. Enterprises, big and small, are implementing solutions to streamline their business processes and drive innovation to compete in a disruption-led environment.
IRPA AI has been a key evangelist of the RPA and AI community globally. There has been a pent-up demand for an industry body that can help bring together enterprises, platform vendors, solution providers, and system integrators focused on automation in the region. The Nordics chapter of the institute aims to address this gap and be a catalyst to rapidly scape adoption driving significant business benefits for its members.
“We are excited to partner with EvoluteIQ in the Nordics,” said Frank Casale, Founder, IRPA AI. “The Nordic region is a leading hub for global business services and for the advancement of digital transformation. I am thrilled to have EvoluteIQ join us in launching IRPA AI’s Nordic chapter and lead the way for the industry going forward, bringing thought leadership, best practices, and key tools and technologies to the market.”
“We are proud to be associated with IRPA AI and lead the chapter for Nordics. Over the past few years we have seen significant initiatives around automation within the Nordics region. The core objective of this chapter would be to share knowledge, exchange ideas, leverage the deep knowledge of the RPA and AI market and learn the best practices for scaling these initiatives”, said Peter Dahlgren, Chairman of EvoluteIQ.
We invite enterprises across industries, automation players and academic institutions in the Nordics region to join the community and actively participate in the upcoming forums and networking opportunities to build a vibrant and diverse ecosystem.
The first Nordic Chapter kickoff event “Getting the Actual ROI Through Adoption of Automation” will be held at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden on September 5, 2019 from 9am-11am.
For further details on the event and to learn more about the Nordic Chapter visit our website: https://irpaai.com/chapter-nordics/
If you’re interested in sponsoring an IRPA AI chapter in the U.S. or abroad (specifically in Asia, Europe or Latin America), please contact Daniel Goodstein at email@example.com to receive a chapter lead benefits overview summary.
About IRPA AI
Founded in 2013, the Institute for Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence (IRPA AI) is an independent professional association and knowledge forum for the buyers, sellers, influencers and analysts of robotic process automation, cognitive computing and artificial intelligence. Our global network and advisory services offer leading-edge market intelligence, industry research, sourcing assistance, events as well as offer opportunities to learn and network with stakeholders across service industry functions. Membership in IRPA AI is free. To join and to learn more about IRPA AI please visit www.irpaai.com.
EvoluteIQ is a privately held Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) company that is focused on providing productised business solutions leveraging the power of RPA, AI and ML technologies. Funded by Confidus Partners AB and carved out of the Quadwave Consulting group to exclusively focus on intelligent automation, evoluteIQ is headquartered out of London, United Kingdom with offices in Stockholm, Sweden; California, USA & Bangalore, India.
Visit our website: https://www.evoluteiq.com
Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/evoluteiq/
Peter Dahlgren, Chairman, EvoluteIQ
Peter is a seasoned executive and investor with leadership experience in Banking, Digital Banking, Life Insurance, Asset Management, and Pension Funds with various organizations including Sjunde AP, Skandia, ABN Amro, Nordea, SEB and Nordnet.
Prior to co-founding Confidus Investment Partners, Peter was the CEO of Nordnet Bank. In this role, he spearheaded Nordnet’s focus on Digital Transformation and implementation of Artificial Intelligence and RPA based solutions, including the launch of a robot advisory service. He has also been the CEO of Life and Pension business and Member of the Executive Board at SEB.