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Ron Cogburn

Ron Cogburn

CEO at Exela Technologies
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Bio As the CEO of Exela Technologies, I provide the daily leadership and direction for our global teams responsible for the success and growth of the enterprise.


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The Past, Present and Future of Automated Predictive Technology

13 May 2019

"Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." John F. Kennedy This article is a reprint from my recent article with the Forbes Technology Council As humans, our obsession with predicting the future has been a constant throughout history. Ancient Chinese farmers developed perh...


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The Regulation that begs the question: How well do you really KNOW YOUR CUSTOMER?

02 May 2019

“Know your customer” (KYC), while a critical regulatory requirement, can quickly get gummy and frustrating when data is scattered across multiple systems. Financial institutions collect massive amounts of customer data—where people live, what they drive, whether they own homes, what credit cards they use—that can satisfy anti-money laundering (AML...

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Automation Is Becoming a Business Imperative: Don't Wait Until It's Too Late

22 Apr 2019

This is a reprint from Exela's recent article in Entrepenuer Magazine by Suresh Yannamani, President of Exela Technologies Machines haven’t yet supplanted human workers en masse, but at the World Economic Forum’s 2019 meeting in Davos, Switzerland, corporate executives revealed they’re facing massive pressure from shareholders and boards to meet s...

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How To Prepare Your Company For The Fourth Industrial Revolution

03 Apr 2019

Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything." – George Bernard Shaw. Automation is nothing new. In fact, it's been influencing manufacturing processes for centuries, allowing human beings to produce without constantly keeping their hands on the wheel. But as the head of a business proce...