Kate Evans joined Cortex in 2016, focusing on the organisations Marketing operations. Having worked within the IT industry since 2001, the changing developments in technologies, from a world where physical hardware to one where software has become the driving force is a key interest. Kate is establishing the principle of ‘Cortex in Context’, where customers and partners are able to translate, and apply in real life, the concept of intelligent automation to their needs and challenges. Kate’s goal is to demonstrate that automation is not just about Robots, but a collaboration with the human faces of automation.
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