Kryon's "Women in RPA: Reclaiming Our Time" Live Panel Examines Work-Life Balance in the Wake of COVID-19
/PRNewswire/ -- Kryon, the leading full-cycle automation solution provider known for its customer-centric approach to robotic process automation (RPA) and process discovery, will host "Women In RPA: Reclaiming our Time," an interactive panel discussion with top women leaders in robotic process automation (RPA), on Tuesday, June 23 at 10:00 am EDT. In the roundtable-style discussion, female technology trailblazers will share how they have transitioned to remote work in the wake of COVID-19 and explore the lasting impacts of the crisis.
NEW YORK, June 18, 2020 "There's no denying that women at every level on the corporate ladder are bearing the brunt of the pandemic, striving to maintain productivity while also managing the needs of children and other family members, and preparing for the inevitable changes," says Kryon Chief Marketing Officer Julie Shafiki. "Ironically, for women specializing in RPA, a technology which solves productivity and efficiency challenges, this new reality can be extremely challenging, both personally and professionally."
The panel will address an evolving work environment where women are juggling disparate work and home pressures and look ahead to how these changes will impact our future.
"Women in RPA: Reclaiming our Time" – June 2 3, 10:00 am EDT
"Women in RPA: Reclaiming our Time" will be hosted by Kryonand is open to the public. Attendees will be able to ask questions and interactively participate in the discussion on work-life balance. To register for the virtual event, click here.
"In many ways, our experience in the trenches with this crisis parallels how business must react – with agility, streamlined processes, and increased training and communication," adds Shafiki. "There are valuable lessons we can all take from this experience and I'm thrilled to share the perspectives of these accomplished women who are transforming global business through new levels of productivity, efficiency, and profitability."
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