Intelligent Automation Pioneer Joins Skan Advisory Board


Over the course of his career, Ian has partnered with large enterprises to drive value through intelligent automation and sourcing talent globally across many industries including insurance, healthcare, banking and logistics. He is an active investor in companies that are shaping the future of work and currently sits on the Board of Directors of George Mason University RPA Initiative, as well as several disruptive B2B technology companies.

Skan’s mission is to bring to light the potential for business operational improvement through process intelligence. Recognized by leading analysts and trusted by Fortune 500 companies, Skan’s platform learns from work done, rather than historical snapshots from back-end systems – allowing its industry-leading “work telemetry” to drive design end-to-end and transformation.

Ian’s passion for workforce development and re-skilling ties in perfectly with Skan’s ability to highlight opportunities to improve its people’s operations, processes and technologies. As part of Ian’s initiative to focus on the future of work, he has developed courses on RPA, intelligent automation and process intelligence. He is also co-author of the first book on intelligent automation.

“I was drawn to Skan’s dynamic and proven leadership team, as well as its innovative platform and zero-integration approach,” said Ian. “Skan is a phenomenal partner for businesses, providing a high fidelity card for business transformation success. I believe they will become a mainstay in any modern toolkit.”

Founder and CEO of Skan Avinash Misra said, “Ian’s impressive track record in building a business from the ground up, building a formidable brand and transforming client organizations will greatly benefit Skan’s go-to-market approach. We are excited to leverage his expertise as we pursue our mission to create value for our customers.”

About Skan
Skan helps organizations improve the way they operate. Using the power of AI-driven computer vision, Skan constantly observes the work in progress and captures the true nuance of business processes as they really are. Skan is a global organization headquartered in Menlo Park, Californiawith employee centers in Seattle, bangalore, Boston, Ottawa, etc. Skan is backed by Dell Technologies Capital, Citi Ventures, Cathay Innovation and other leading investment teams.



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