Stop watch@1xDuration: 60 minutes

It takes courage, commitment and an enterprise-wide change in mindset to implement foundational change for full digital transformation, whether using AI and other emerging technologies.  Many organizations struggle with this first critical step.

How do organizations start that transformative journey?

Join speakers Charles Post, Head of US Consulting Services, JDX Consulting and Lynn Sumlin, Director, Seal a DocuSign Company, for this webinar to learn more about:

  • What are the hurdles to deploying AI?
  • What things to consider when building the business case?
  • How to share internally and build sponsorship?


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Charles Post has a decade of deep financial services experience and a proven track record in executing ambitious digitisation programs. He specialises in emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, smart contracts and robotics process automation, focusing on the complex interplay of regulation, innovation and emerging technology. 

He recently joined JDX Consulting in New York as ‘Head of US Consulting Services’ where he will focus on solutions for front-to-back processing and automation, in addition to overseeing U.S. business development. Charles will be championing the benefits of digitisation of contract management in business, through documentation digitisation and contract analytics tools. He previously worked for BNY Mellon as Managing Council, advising the firm on business and product development for FinTech, innovation, data, artificial intelligence and blockchain.

Charles is widely recognised as an industry leader and is a frequent speaker, moderator and author for a host of financial services industry forums and publications and recently co-founded and launched the Risk Management Association’s “Financial Technology and Automation Committee”.

Lynn Sumlin HeadshotLynn Sumlin is a Director at Seal a DocuSign Company.  Lynn works closely with Seal’s financial services clients.  Prior to joining Seal, Lynn practiced law for over 20 years and was partner in banking practice of an international law firm.  She concentrated her legal career in serving the financial services industry, including handling a wide variety of regulatory, commercial financial, securities and corporate transactions.