Category Archives: Intelligent Automation

RPA is dead. Long live Integrated Automation Platforms

RPA is dead. Long live Integrated Automation Platforms

The major issue with RPA today is that it is automating piecemeal tasks.  It needs to be part of an integrated strategy.

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Why is UiPath obsessed with this "Funding Arms-Race" when it should be focused on scaling its clients?

Why is UiPath obsessed with this "Funding Arms-Race" when it should be focused on scaling its clients?

The robotic transformation software industry has three problems right now: Defining itself; Scaling Bots and being Transformational; Obsessing with this Funding Arms-Race:

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Re-platforming the Hyperconnected Enterprise: AI must be led by business operators, not IT traditionalists

Re-platforming the Hyperconnected Enterprise: AI must be led by business operators, not IT traditionalists

AI is a business issue that must be directed and managed by business executives, supported by technology experts. CIOs who ignore this will fail

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Is the Big 3 RPA stranglehold about to be challenged? AntWorks patiently times its move

Is the Big 3 RPA stranglehold about to be challenged?  AntWorks patiently times its move

Phil Fersht and Elena Christopher visiting with the AntWork team for the firms first analyst briefing in the Maldives

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Bathgate's Blue Prism: Delivering RPA in a very British way

Bathgate's Blue Prism: Delivering RPA in a very British way

Unfathoming the future of Blue Prism

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19 Predictions for 2019: Integrated Automation replaces Digital as the industry's focal point

19 Predictions for 2019: Integrated Automation replaces Digital as the industry's focal point

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'twas fun while it lasted, but 2019 is the Year of Cold Turkey (Xmas hangover rant warning)

'twas fun while it lasted, but 2019 is the Year of Cold Turkey (Xmas hangover rant warning)

Accept it was fun while it lasted, but it’s time to peel back the layers of BS and find those core attributes that used to make you successful.

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EY, Capgemini, KPMG, TCS and Accenture lead the RPA world of services in 2018

EY, Capgemini, KPMG, TCS and Accenture lead the RPA world of services in 2018

HFS unveils the first ever comprehensive report covering RPA Services

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RPA will reach $2.3bn next year and $4.3bn by 2022... as we revise our forecast upwards

RPA will reach $2.3bn next year and $4.3bn by 2022... as we revise our forecast upwards

RPA (RPA plus RDA) reached $1.7bn in 2018

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The cocktail of SAP (ERP), Qualtrics (UX), and Contextor (RPA): Tastes like the OneOffice, but lacks one critical ingredient - RPA experience

The cocktail of SAP (ERP), Qualtrics (UX), and Contextor (RPA): Tastes like the OneOffice, but lacks one critical ingredient - RPA experience

t appears that SAP is starting to mix a heady cocktail that enables its systems of record with the triple-A trifecta (AI, Analytics, and RPA) and embedded UX capabilities. Tastes like the OneOffice?

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