To safely manage the reopening of offices while supporting employee experience and evolving expectations, business leaders must make data-driven, human-centric decisions based on information collected from their employees - as well as external sources - in order to design an organizational structure for the ‘workforce of the new normal’. All while rapidly creating workflows that support evolving best practices in workforce and facilities management.In this panel, you'll hear from subject matter experts from Unqork and Capco discuss:
- Survey employees and company leadership
- Human Centered Approach
- Collect ongoing data from employees
- Integrate and track data
- Re-design your organization
- Trigger rules-based workflows
- Streamline risk management operations
Kara Dennis is Unqork’s Healthcare go-to-market strategy lead, owning our efforts with payers, providers, and life sciences companies. Through her experience in healthcare technology and clinical trials, Kara has worked with many global healthcare companies to improve clinical trial efficiency and evidence generation, and has deep experience with healthcare workflows and processes.
Nic Parmaksizian is a Partner at Capco and leads Capco Digital across the US. Nic is an award-winning and published Financial Services specialist with a record for delivering innovative digital experiences. Nic has spent more than 20 years in the Financial Services industry. He has worked with some of the world’s largest banks and some of the most innovative Fintech companies in the US, Europe, Asia, and South America. Nic has led the delivery of ambitious digital transformation programs and specializes on the Human Capital elements of the transformation required for success.
Christian leads all partnership activities across Unqork ranging from strategy to go-to-market operations including cloud providers, global and boutique system integrators, marketplace and application partnerships. Prior to Unqork, Christian led Pre-Sales and Solutioning at Opera Solutions – an artificial intelligence and machine learning platform company. At IBM, Christian held a variety of strategy, sales and ecosystem leadership positions and helped launch the IBM Watson and IBM Blockchain Business Units. Earlier in his career, Christian worked at both Accenture and Scient.
Lowell Putnam manages partnerships and commercial strategy at Plaid, the technology company powering the fintech ecosystem. Thousands of companies, like Venmo, Robinhood and Acorns, use Plaid's suite of APIs to build applications that enable millions of consumers to lead healthier financial lives. Today, one in four people with a US bank account have used Plaid to connect with a fintech app. In his role, Lowell helps financial institutions, technology companies, and other strategic customers leverage account connectivity to deepen consumer relationships.
Lowell co-founded and served as CEO of Quovo, a data platform providing connectivity for millions of financial accounts, until January 2019 when Plaid acquired the company. Prior to co-founding Quovo, he worked in the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers/Barclays Capital, specializing in consumer credit companies and structured finance transactions.
Lowell holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard College and serves on several advisory boards for technology companies and non-profit organizations. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and son.