Digitally Disrupting SQA-for the future Digital Enterprises

As Digital is penetrating and disrupting every function of enterprise starting from HR, Finance, Supply Chain, including software engineering and development life cycle methodologies with the advent of DevOps, Digital tools like machine learning, AI and cloud technologies. The traditional SQA function is increasingly becoming irrelevant in the current context and the ask now from the SQA function is to be more real-time, high leverage of machine learning and artificial intelligence in SQA function to cater the speed, scale and flexibility demanded by the new age enterprises.

To address the above problem we have implemented a novel, first in the industry an SQA digital assistant powered by machine learning, AI and NLP technology. This intelligent SQA digital assistant caters all critical functions of the SQA in the digital IT enterprise. The major features of the tool include the following.

  • Project facilitation activities
  • Inspection and Auditing
  • Real time project dashboard publishing
  • Proactive early warning indicator on project risks and issues.

The presentation intends to demonstrate the live case study of the SQA digital assistant system developed with real time live examples illustrating the benefits of ML/AI/NLP in redesigning the SQA role in action for the new age digital enterprises.


Outline/Structure of the Demonstration

Context Setting and Agenda-5 Mins

Problem and Solutions -15 Mins

Live Demonstration of the Digital SQA Assistant-15 Mins

Q&A- 10 Mins

Learning Outcome

Current challenges and Gaps in SQA function

Need for redesigning the SQA function using Digital technologies

Application of ML/AI/NLP in the new role to fuel speed, scale and flexibility

Digital transformation in SQA function with real time ,live case study.

Target Audience

Managers, Senior managers, Digital Transformation specialist, Professionals in the field of AI,ML and NLP.

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  • Leena S N
    By Leena S N  ~  1 year ago
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    Hi Venkatesan,

    Thank you for the submission and the topic is interesting too. 

    But do you think you can present this as a 20-minute demo instead of a 45 minutes talk? This is considering the fact that the audience will be more interested in the demo of Digital SQA Assistant section of the outline than the context setting or the problems sections.



  • Priya Patra
    By Priya Patra  ~  1 year ago
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    Hi Venkatasen,

     Thank you for your submission. One must for the proposal is a 2 min video, demonstrating your presentation style. If you could add a link to the same , it would help the committee to take a decision.  Do refer to the review process for more details



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