Category Archives: Intelligent Automation

OneOffice: Where data is the strategy, automation the discipline, AI the refinement

OneOffice:  Where data is the strategy, automation the discipline, AI the refinement

We need to understand that data is the strategy and how the data cycle works to get us ahead of our markets

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RPA is alive...With Super Marios to the rescue

RPA is alive...With Super Marios to the rescue

Microsoft has announced it will immediately offer a free version of its Power Automate Desktop robotic process automation (RPA) application.

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SAP acquiring Signavio is a cheap play to migrate enterprises onto S4/HANA. Instead it just handed the market to Celonis

SAP acquiring Signavio is a cheap play to migrate enterprises onto S4/HANA. Instead it just handed the market to Celonis

Why we think SAP acquiring Signavio is a non-event and actually frees Celonis from its SAP shackles to inspire its loyal following

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UiPath will finally find its true path as IPO beckons. Now can its leadership develop some humility to embrace this incredible opportunity?

UiPath will finally find its true path as IPO beckons. Now can its leadership develop some humility to embrace this incredible opportunity?

UiPath poised to become the first robotics platform to IPO in the US

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Introducing the Tech Stack to power Native Automation, Data and Process Design: The OneOffice Platform

Introducing the Tech Stack to power Native Automation, Data and Process Design: The OneOffice Platform

Introducing the OneOffice Emerging Tech Platform

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Without a Virtual OneOffice Organization, you won’t survive this Pandemic Economy

Without a Virtual OneOffice Organization, you won’t survive this Pandemic Economy

Creating a true OneOffice experience is the very foundation of operating as a digital or virtual organization, where there are no stovepipes, no silos, no breakpoints that prevent processes functioning end-to-end and data to flow freely across the organiz

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Surviving to win in this “Have-to-Have” Economy

Surviving to win in this “Have-to-Have” Economy

Identifying your customers’ have-to-haves is the only path to follow in this market, but only once they know what there are

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IBM just changed the automation game. Hello Extreme Automation

IBM just changed the automation game.  Hello Extreme Automation

The automation game just changed – and most of you barely noticed.

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Low-code or schmo-code? Don't monkey around with enhanced automation

Low-code or schmo-code? Don't monkey around with enhanced automation

Low code development platforms are platforms that allow the creation of automated workflows and software using visual and declarative statements instead of raw code to create the business or software logic.

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If Microsoft is buying Softomotive it’s not only beneficial to each party, but also for the RPA market

If Microsoft is buying Softomotive it’s not only beneficial to each party, but also for the RPA market

Softomotive would give Microsoft both attended and unattended capabilities, a significant customer base and real credibility as an intelligent automation solution

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