Scaling Up: Why Experian Uses “Automation-First” Thinking to Advance its RPA Initiatives

Katherine McNamara

Head of Global Finance, Process Excellence

Jason Cox

Innovation Strategist

Experian has been using automation to support its Finance Process Excellence for several years. Learn how the company prioritizes and optimizes projects, balancing scale and agility with controls.

About the Presenters

Katherine McNamara

Head of Global Finance, Process Excellence

Finance trained and practised as a Chartered Accountant, Katherine has 10 years of experience working in process improvement and project management across Experian on a global scale. She has worked with Robotic Automation for two years from inception of the Global Finance Process Excellence team. Consisting of Lean Six Sigma experts, Global Process Owners, and RPA/Automation developers, her team focuses on identifying and delivering on opportunities for optimising (streamlining, standardizing, and automating) processes across Global Finance. Having successfully established the team and proved out the benefits of automation, she is now focused on how to change the Finance culture to think “automation-first” and alongside that, preparing processes to cope with the expected scale of optimisation ideas that will deliver.

Jason Cox

Innovation Strategist

Jason has over 21 years of IT experience in a number of disciplines. Starting a new team, he led the IT strategy to design and implement RPA globally within Experian as part of the Empower Lean Six Sigma program.  Now that RPA is well established and of key strategic importance in the company, he is working to build upon that success by expanding Smart and intelligent technological capabilities within Experian.

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