Most businesses would agree that Covid brought heavy process and cost implications along with it. And select British industries like hospitality have suffered substantial blows to their bottom line over the last 12 months. But is 2021, the year the business automation gap closed?
Businesses continue to digitally transform at speed, and competition is intensifying. To thrive in 2021, simplifying business complexity, driving workforce agility and increasing efficiency is imperative.
Here’s why organisations today shouldn’t wait too long bring Robotic Process Automation into the technology toolkit.
Sneakerbots, the automated tools used to buy products online before anyone else, are becoming all-purpose “sniperbots”. Desperate action is needed, says Andy Still of Netacea
Intelligent automation will play a critical role in shaping a new, technologically-enabled, post-pandemic future of work, according to new research by Pegasystems Inc.
Christophe Vaissade, Sales Director EMEA at Western Digital shares a few simple steps to help enable businesses to maximise on their IoT data for supply chain automation.
With Google’s AI system recently demonstrating that it can accurately diagnose 26 skin conditions to the same accuracy as US board-certified dermatologists, there is an increasing buzz around the potential of AI in automation.
What does 2020 have in store for robotic process automation? Francis Carden, Vice President of digital automation and robotics at Pega, gives his predictions.
The subject of automation was in the spotlight again on Tuesday at the fourth Democratic debate in Ohio
NEC, in conjunction with Japanese start-up Cartivator, has unveiled a flying car that Japan hopes to have in service by 2030.
Robots empowered by AI are transforming our workplaces. They’ll greatly contribute to economic growth, productivity and efficiency, whether we like it or not.