With Gartner predicting that 17% of routine tasks will be disrupted by automation within 5 years, many people are confused about what a “job” will look like in the future. If you are one of the many wondering how the nature of “work” will evolve and how you fit into it, this free webinar is for you.
Register now for "How to Deploy Robotic Process Automation at Scale: The New Partnership Between Robots and People" and mark your calendar for Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
If you’re automating on an enterprise level, an upgrade to the applications you’re relying on in your automated processes could potentially introduce a problem: hundreds of tasks that now require script updates in order to work properly
Or perhaps business users are building automated tasks (hooray!), but they’re creating them with elements that are outside IT parameters (booooo)
Enterprise-level automation requires enterprise-level adaptability and usability—and today we introduced a feature that gives both— our brand new Smart Adapters
As more and more BPOs adopt RPA as an alternative to traditional labor arbitrage, the question is shifting from “why?” to “how’s it working--and what’s next?” Barbara Hodge from the Shared Services and Outsourcing Network recently covered the topic. Here’s 1-minute rundown of a few notable stats, quotes, and insights:
We've talked a lot on this blog about the various benefits of automation- its past, its present, and its future. We've informed you on many of the benefits of automating your software procedures, and how Automation Anywhere can help you make your business smarter, faster, and more profitable. What we haven't done is tell you much about the company. Today, we're going to let Automation Anywhere CEO Mihir Shukla explain that, in an interesting interview with John Kelly on KLIV's "How's Business".
I recently completed a trip around the U.S. visiting about 60 customers, and upon returning, I found myself thankful for something unexpected.