Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales & marketing activities, announced today that the company’s CEO will be a keynote speaker at the 2016 Australian Payroll Association’s annual conference held in Melbourne on the 21st of October.
Matthew Michalewicz’s keynote will focus on the topics of big data, disruption, and Artificial Intelligence, and how these trends and market forces will change the future of the workforce. He will provide real-world examples of how Artificial Intelligence has already been applied to payroll and HR data to drive tangible improvements to the bottom line, and how Artificial Intelligence is automating the most complex of tasks in organisations around the world. Engaging and educational, Matthew’s keynote will draw on facts, studies, and real-life examples from his 20-year career running Artificial Intelligence software companies in the United State, Europe, and Australia.
The Australian Payroll Association’s annual conference is a one-day event for Payroll Professionals looking to improve their knowledge and payroll influence in their organisation. The conference offers an inspiring program of Australia’s top thought leaders and technical experts who will deliver practical sessions with information and business improvement ideas. Given that the payroll function holds a mountain of value and data in an organisation, the theme of the 2016 conference is “Maximising the profile and potential of payroll.” For more information on the event, please visit: www.payrollevents.com.au
“We are very excited to have someone of Matthew’s experience speaking at our conference. He has a history of working with large organisations to improve mission critical processes using Artificial Intelligence, and we’re all looking forward to hearing how this can be applied to payroll and HR,” said Tracy Angwin, CEO of the Australian Payroll Association.
The MC for the conference this year will be TV journalist Helen Kapalos, and delegates include senior payroll, HR and finance staff from organisations such as Coles, Wilson Security, Holcim, Ernst & Young, Sigma, Healthshare, Komatsu, Catholic Education, Bunnings, Mirvac, The Just Group, Jenny Craig, BMW, and Isuzu.