Durvin de Lannoy is a dedicated and customer focused professional, specialized in the area of Analytics and Information Management. He has over 13 years of experience doing large scale client projects in the area of Business Intelligence and Analytics in Curacao, Aruba, The Netherlands, St. Martin and Suriname, helping clients to effectively monitor and improve their business. The industries for which he has consulted include Public Sector, Financial Services, Technology, Media and Telecommunications and Utilities.
Prior to joining Deloitte Durvin has worked for Caesar Groep in the Netherlands and after that for Ictual. He was part of the Business Analytics team at both companies, where he developed and implemented Data warehousing, BI and Financial Performance Management solutions.
Artifical Intelligence, Data Driven Decision Making
Robotics… Faster, Cheaper, And One Hundred Percent Error-Free.
In an ideal business environment, employees get to fully utilize their intellectual and creative capacities in order to develop unique value propositions that distinguish a company from its competition. In practice, however, employees spend significant amounts of time on repetitive administrative chores which swallow up their attention and energy. The longer such processes take, the more they become prone to human errors. Furthermore, it negatively influences employee motivation as the work does not challenge their intellectual capacity, does not have a noticeable effect on their results, and is highly prone to error. At Deloitte, we believe that the human talent should be replaced out of such processes by robots and put into practices that really matter for effective business development. Robots enable companies to fully or partially automate their processes, without the need to adopt new ICT systems or hire additional staffing. And they bring numerous advantages. But what are they, and what are they not?
In this session, Durvin will enlighten the audience on the topic, share examples and provide tips to get the most out of these robots.