Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP CIO Vince DiMascio to Speak at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium
9 May, 2019
DiMascio to Discuss the Future of Process Automation: Leveraging RPA & AI
at the Nation’s Premier CIO Conference
San Francisco, CA – May 9, 2019 – BAL has announced that Vince DiMascio, CIO, will be a featured speaker at the 16th Annual 2019 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, the nation’s premier CIO conference on May 22, 2019. Mr. DiMascio will be speaking on the “Future of Process Automation: Leveraging RPA & AI.” He is one of an elite group of presenters from a wide range of industries. To register for the Symposium, please click here.
The premier conference will bring together nearly 900 global CIOs, senior IT executives, technology innovators and MIT academic thought leaders together on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for a full day of networking, collaboration and discussions around leading a smarter enterprise, scaling insightful technologies, becoming cultural change agents, and steering executive business peers in transforming their organizations for competitive advantage.
“Intelligent automation is the future of the legal business; but at BAL it’s the present,” affirmed DiMascio. “Our firm has become the leader in the industry when it comes to using intelligent automation to better serve our clients. I’m excited to join this prestigious panel to discuss the groundbreaking work our firm has done to bring innovative cognitive technology to our industry.”
BAL Partner Edward Rios stated, “At BAL, I am responsible for developing innovation strategies for our firm. Our ability to implement these strategies depends entirely on a CIO and Technology group that understands how and where to apply next-generation technologies. That is exactly what Vince and his team have done. They have succeeded because they not only understand the technical promise of automation, but also the power of using it to create practical solutions. Our law firm demands the best tools for our clients and our internal teams and Vince and his Technology group know how to build them.”
“This year’s conference will enable CIOs to integrate data-driven insights into every decision they make,” said Lindsey Anderson, Chair of the 2019 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. “We are excited to provide opportunities for global business leaders to learn to leverage the latest technologies and scale them across the enterprise, thus enabling a smarter enterprise that is more customer-oriented and quicker to market.”
The Symposium will also formally announce the winner of the 12th Annual MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award and finalists during the event. This award recognizes the CIO who is leading their organization by delivering business value and innovative to enterprise IT in exceptional ways. Finalists will be announced in late April and both the winner and finalists will be recognized at a private event the evening of May 21.
The MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is co-organized by the MIT Sloan Boston Alumni Association, the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE), and the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research (CISR).About Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
BAL is one of the world’s most recognized corporate immigration law firms, and is the Best Lawyers® “Law Firm of the Year” in Immigration Law in America for 2019. The firm is singularly focused on meeting the immigration challenges of corporate clients around the world in ways that make immigration more strategic and enable clients to be more successful. Established in 1980, the firm provides immigration expertise, top-notch information security and leading technology innovation like its Cobalt® digital immigration services platform. The firm entered into a strategic alliance with Deloitte UK to create the world’s first global immigration service delivery model. BAL and its leaders are highly ranked in every major legal publication, including Best Lawyers, Chambers, The Legal 500, and Who’s Who Legal. See website for details: www.balglobal.com.
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