Category Archives: Robotic Process Automation

When did you earn the right to stop learning new skills and abilities?

When did you earn the right to stop learning new skills and abilities?

Have we entered an environment where everyone loves to talk about change, but most aren't actually doing anything about it?

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15 initiatives UiPath and its competitors must take to prove they are serious about transformation

15 initiatives UiPath and its competitors must take to prove they are serious about transformation

Why aren't we seeing firms like UiPath shift the focus to the investments and changes they intend to make to propel a truly transformational value proposition with their products?

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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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RPA is still dead. We talked, you all listened... now smell the integrated automation roses

RPA is still dead.  We talked, you all listened... now smell the integrated automation roses

Integrated Automation Platforms are the Holy Automation Grail if we can make it there

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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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Holding the automation cards... Meet Francis

Holding the automation cards... Meet Francis

Francis Carden is the robotics guy leading Pega's development in the space. He talks to HFS CEO, Phil Fersht

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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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160,000 people viewed the first ever report on RPA this week ...it was written six years ago

160,000 people viewed the first ever report on RPA this week ...it was written six years ago

The first ever report we wrote to industry on the emergence of "robotic automation" had 160,000 views this week

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Forget Brexit, RPA could wipe $820m a year of costs from the NHS with a common model across its 207 trusts

Forget Brexit, RPA could wipe $820m a year of costs from the NHS with a common model across its 207 trusts

What I love about RPA is it most often has the highest impact where there is a serious amount of IT failure, disorganization and overworked staff.

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