The Art of Automation: 

Consumerizing the Employee Experience

The adoption of fast-evolving technologies like Automation platforms, Bots, and AI have become a catalyst for innovation across the enterprise, changing the way we work. Enter the CIO Automation Series, an exclusive gathering of progressive CIOs for networking and a discussion about transformation through automation - all over a Michelin-Star dinner.

Registration + Networking Over Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres

6:00 - 7:00

7:00 - 7:45

Fireside Chat + Dinner

7:45 - 8:30

Networking and Dessert


An Invite-Only Fireside Chat Over a Unique Michelin-Star Dinner

Summer Automation Series Dinner Featuring Autodesk & Nutanix

Please join us for an evening cohosted by Wendy Pfeiffer, CIO of Nutanix, and Prakash Kota, CIO of Autodesk. They will share their "Art of Automation" in how they improve employee experience through consumerizing the way employees interact with the various cloud tools across their organizations.

by CIOs, for CIOs

About the CIO Automation Series

The CIO Automation series is a quarterly networking event that is hosted by CIOs for CIOs to discuss how they are transforming their businesses with Automation, AI, and Bots.

Brought to you by:

Prakash Kota , CIO

Wendy Pfeiffer , CIO

Save Your Seat

An email confirmation  will be sent within 24 hours

For Evanta/Gartner CIO Summit attendees, the venue will open up early for a special network/cocktail session, or can just be a space to get some additional work done between events.

4:00 - 6:00


Past and Present Attendees

Save Your Seat

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

6:00 - 8:30 PM



When I look out into the group we have here this evening, there's a lot of great enterprises and hyper growth companies represented. It's almost like therapy, right? We're here to learn from one another and compare notes on what we all have been through and the tricks of the trade so to speak. It's not easy, right? You think about the 400 pieces of distinct software that we're managing and how to thoughtfully make sense of it all to create an overall set of business processes - automating as much as we can - to run our business efficiently.