Co-founder and industry thought leader recognized for her impact on the booming RPA industry
Automation Anywhere , a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), has announced that Neeti Mehta Shukla, co-founder and Senior Vice President of Brand and Culture, has been selected as a Silicon Valley Business Journal ‘2020 Women of Influence’.
As co-founder and culture architect of the world’s #1 intelligent automation company, Ms. Shukla has been driven in her career to liberate people from manual, repetitive work, by letting digital workers (aka software bots) automate business processes and thus unleash human potential and creativity.
She is the company’s thought leader and vocal advocate for digital worker ethics as the RPA industry continues to its exponential growth driven by its incredible ROI for businesses of all sizes. Ms. Shukla leads Automation Anywhere’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives to help today’s workforce reskill in anticipation of a more efficient and automation-driven future where humans and digital workers will be working side by side.
“It is an honor to be recognized by such a prestigious publication like Silicon Valley Business Journal and I would like to congratulate all the other women of influence on this accomplishment,” said Ms. Shukla. “As intelligent automation becomes more and more ubiquitous, there will be even greater opportunities for women to have all levels of influence within an organization from starting a career to senior leadership roles.”
Each year the Silicon Valley Business Journal honors 100 of the most influential women in Silicon Valley. The honorees are leaders in corporations, startups, small businesses, nonprofits, healthcare, education and community services. All of these honorees came from outside nominations and were chosen by a panel of Business Journal editors and past Women of Influence honorees.
In past years, the Business Journal brings all of the honorees together for a special dinner event that coincides with the issue’s publication. This year, because of shelter-in-place orders tied to the pandemic, the event has been moved to Oct. 15, 2020.