The Magic of Hyperautomation

Elizabeth Farrell |

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Top of Mind Podcast: The Magic of Hyperautomation
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To realize the benefits of hyperautomation, the University of South Florida (USF) identified three crucial factors for success: an agile mindset, investing with the right partners, and a willingness to experiment with new technologies. Alice Wei, Assistant Vice President of Digital Transformation and Innovation at USF, joins the Top of Mind family this month to share how she spearheaded USF’s innovative strategies to rapidly deploy custom applications for the benefit of students, faculty and staff.

Highlights include:

  • How does USF define “hyperautomation,” “agile framework,” and “composable architecture?”
  • What is the relationship between cultural change and the quality of work?
  • After seeing success in a short time, how did USF analyze and move forward?

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Elizabeth Farrell |
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Elizabeth Farrell is an award-winning communications leader with a proven track record of success in delivering high-impact results for national and global colleges and universities, Fortune 100 companies, dynamic start-ups, and influential nonprofits. She has collaborated closely with higher education institutions over the past two decades in numerous roles including media relations, branding, marketing, business development, and as a journalist for outlets including The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Wall Street Journal, and PBS Newshour.

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