Print Page | Your Cart | Sign In | Become a New Member
Online Store: On-demand Education
Main Storefront
        

APMP Webinar - The Future of Proposal Creation Driven by Artificial Intelligence

Item Options
Sign in for your pricing!
Price: $75.00
Quantity: *
 
Description

This webinar occurred April 2018.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a hot topic, from cars and transportation to banking and financing but how is it impacting the future of proposal development? In this webinar, we will review the current hurdles you are facing when writing proposals, and the role of AI in addressing the hurdles, both today and in the future.

Top Takeaways

● What is AI as it relates to proposal writing.
● What are the benefits that AI can deliver today.
● What might AI be able to do in the future to help proposal creation.

Target Audience

● Proposal Managers
● Bid Managers
● Proposal Writers

Presenters

Pierre-Ollivier Charlebois
CEO and Founder at reDock

Pierre-Olivier (P.O.) believes that software should free people from mundane tasks, so that they can focus on the most important aspects of their jobs. He founded a consulting firm focused on customer web applications and created an AI-based program to help compose long and complex documents for a legal publishing company. He recognized the need to leverage artificial intelligence to quickly automate documents using existing (hard to find) corporate information. This idea was brought to government officials, and PO and his team found themselves in proposal-development drudgery – there had to be a better way! After approaching BDO Canada with the idea of bringing document generation to proposal development, they loved it, PO and the team got to work. His team, along with his own background, created an AI-based software – reDock – that learns and responds to your needs the more you use it. PO is passionate to bring these insights to the industry.

Raman Gupta 
Vice President Engineering at reDock

Raman has 20+ years of business-oriented technology design and development, including at Deloitte and a Fortune 50 bank. He knows how systems, information architecture, and artificial intelligence can and should work for companies.