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Category Archives: Robotic Process Automation

Robo's best-kept secret? Not any more... meet Redwood

Robo's best-kept secret? Not any more... meet Redwood

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When automation becomes your only option...

When automation becomes your only option...

When automation becomes your only option...

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Ian Maher... Sourcing Star

Ian Maher... Sourcing Star

Phil Fersht interviews Ian Maher, the automation and outsourcing genius behind the Hanover Insurance Group

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Time to get worried about being automated... very worried

Time to get worried about being automated... very worried

The very essence of our corporate existence, the conference call itself, is in grave danger of going robo. We're done folks...

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IBM partners with Automation Anywhere: Great for AA, but IBM’s cognitive automation strategy just got more confusing

IBM partners with Automation Anywhere: Great for AA, but IBM’s cognitive automation strategy just got more confusing

Many stakeholders don’t understand the differences between RPA and RDA and this partnership just adds more confusion to the mix

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136 enterprise RPA users have spoken and 58% are positive about the business value

136 enterprise RPA users have spoken and 58% are positive about the business value

The 2017 HfS 'State of Automation Study' reveals the real impact of RPA from 136 enterprise installs

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The Market Outlook for Robotic Process Automation

The Market Outlook for Robotic Process Automation

Download Phil Fersht's state of the RPA market, presented at Blue Prism World London

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Why have so many sourcing advisors failed with automation?

Why have so many sourcing advisors failed with automation?

New findings from HfS' "State of Automation 2017" study shows an alarming lack of influence from sourcing advisors in the automation space

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A third of enterprises are making significant investments in RPA

A third of enterprises are making significant investments in RPA

New research from the HfS/KPMG 2017 State of Operations and Outsourcing Study reveals a third of enterprises are fully invested in RPA

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We are in the People Elimination business. How did it get this bad, and can we change course? (Rant warning)

We are in the People Elimination business. How did it get this bad, and can we change course? (Rant warning)

Why are we on an inexorable nosedive to the lowest common denominator of creating and promoting business operations that no longer require people?

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