Imagine a paperclip company that is known for creating an artificial superintelligence and that tasks it with an ulterior goal of making as many paperclips as possible.
You might hear the Latin phrase “Amat Victoria Curam”, meaning victory loves preparation. RPA is no exception.
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This year’s Gartner Event in Orlando, Florida was the world’s largest gathering of CIO’s and proved to be extremely informative, as always. Gartner has been talking about the Digital Business Platform for quite some time now. Read more
According to Gartner, through 2021, 40% of enterprises will have RPA buyer’s remorse due to misaligned, siloed usage and inability to scale and by 2021, task centric RPA offerings in their current form will be obsolete. Read more
The Human Resources (HR) of any organization take a considerable amount of effort to put in a performance management system in place. Read more
Process automation involves the designing of workflows to automate tasks also called as activities. To improve the efficiency of the workflow design process, the design of reusable workflows assumes importance. Read more
The common saying around Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is that these emerging technologies are job killers and will or perhaps could ultimately make humans obsolete in the workplace. Read more
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be used to automate tasks by mimicking human interactions over several Host systems like web, desktop applications and thin clients; ERP in particular and Citrix-like remote environments. Read more
The purpose of using an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system like SAP is to streamline business processes. Many of SAP processes require manual data entry and human intervention. So, there can be errors due to which rework is required. Read more
Urbanization, the expanding middle-class category, budding entrepreneurs, business-friendly government policies, changing mindset of the employed class in terms of how to spend money have all contributed in making India one of the fastest growing economy. Read more