FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting 16/08/18

Join us for the FEM Sydney Chapter Meeting 16 August

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Automating mobility – unwelcome disruption or transformation opportunity?

As mobility professionals, we are increasingly facing a new digital world, where robotics process automation has the potential to revolutionise the industry.  However,  for many of us the prospect of something as complex as process automation can be perceived to be overwhelming and intimidating. 

As part of our upcoming FEM Sydney chapter meeting we will explore the concept of process automation, and how we have already started to see this change the way we work.  We will share case study examples of how businesses are already looking into automation and it’s potential to improve margin, enhance service quality and free up their people to focus on higher value added tasks.

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Priscilla Lee, Mobility Manager, EY 

Priscilla Lee is a Manager within the EY Global Mobility Tax Team. Priscilla has considerable experience in overseeing global reporting, analytics and tax mobility processes and has recently lead the design and implementation of automated mobility solutions to drive efficiencies across mobility programs.

James Ortner, Mobility Senior Manager, EY

James Ortner is a Senior Manager within the EY Global Mobility Tax Team, and a FEM Sydney Chapter Committee member.  James will introduce our session and discuss the key mobility process areas that organisations are looking to automate.

When:
Thursday 16th August 2018 07:30 - 09:30am

Where: 
EY, Level 35, 200 George Street, Sydney

Cost:

  • Complimentary to Corporate HR
  • £75 for global mobility suppliers, per person, assuming the supplier has a valid Supplier Membership of £350

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Aysegul Kayahan

Director, Relocation Specialists

Aysegul Kayahan, managing director of Relocation Specialists in Queensland and Victoria has been in the global mobility industry since 1993. Aysegul started the Forum for Expatriate Management community in Australia in early 2012, with chapters in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. From February 2015 to January 2017, Aysegul was appointed to the role of global chair of Chapter Leads for the Forum for Expatriate Management.

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