Digital Transformation will be defined and shaped by three key trends: hyper-automation, artificial intelligence, and remote collaboration. As organizations revisit their existing strategies, the need to deliver ROI on their automation efforts will be top of mind. Hyper-automation will combine the best of AI and RPA by using Natural Language Understanding and Machine Learning to democratize complex business processes, unlocking the potential of employees and users by freeing up their time for value-added work. With a successful hyper-automation strategy, companies can dramatically scale operations, achieve massive productivity gains, and reduce operational overhead and costs.

In this webinar panel discussion, learn from our RPA industry thought leaders what the key challenges companies face in their hyper-automation efforts, and how they can be overcome through successful customer examples.

Muddu Sudhakar is a successful Entrepreneur, Executive and Investor. Muddu has deep product, technology and GTM experience plus knowledge on enterprise markets including Cloud, SaaS, AI/Machine learning, IoT, Cyber Security, Big Data, Storage and chip/Semiconductors. Muddu brings strong operating experience with startups as CEO (Caspida, Cetas, Kazeon, Sanera, Rio Design) and in public companies such as SVP & GM role at ServiceNow, Splunk, VMware, and EMC.

Tom Taulli is the author of The Robotic Process Automation Handbook: A Guide to Implementing RPA Systems and Artificial Intelligence Basics: A Non-Technical Introduction. He also writes a column for, where he covers topics like AI and RPA. Besides his writings, Tom has founded several high-tech companies. They include WebIPO, BizEquity and, which was sold to InfoSpace.

Prince Kohli serves as Chief Technology Officer, bringing more than two decades of experience in the technology industry. He was most recently senior vice president of engineering at ThoughtSpot, a data analytics company. Prior to this, Prince held senior roles at Ericsson, running global R&D for all digital products with a team of more than 10,000 people and responsibilities for 92 product lines, including building large-scale cloud infrastructure and cloud-hosted management stacks. Prior to Ericsson, Prince held various executive leadership roles within the cloud and enterprise groups at Citrix, after co-founding a security start-up that was acquired by Citrix. While there, he worked with some of the world’s largest companies and public cloud providers. Prince began his career as an engineer at Silicon Graphics.