Automation as IT's best ally

Written by Manish Rai in Automation as IT's best ally on April 19, 2018

So you’re interested in cognitive RPA? You’re not alone. Almost half of enterprises implementing RPA in the next six months will be doing so with RPA solutions that offer cognitive capabilities.

Written by Manish Rai in Automation as IT's best ally on April 16, 2018

Almost everyone has heard of RPA, and nearly everyone is doing it. Sales of RPA software between 2016 and 2022 is predicted to rise at an astounding 57% yearly rate at a time when enterprise software budgets are growing at just 4.1% annually.

Written by Manish Rai in Automation as IT's best ally on April 12, 2018

Today, we’re all in the technology business. If we’re not effectively leveraging the latest technology as we embark on our respective journeys of digital transformation, we’re probably going to fall behind the competition.

Written by Manish Rai in Automation as IT's best ally on April 9, 2018

Anyone who has been following the robotic process automation (RPA) revolution that is transforming enterprises worldwide has also been hearing about how artificial intelligence (AI) can augment traditional RPA tools to do more than just RPA alone can achieve.

Written by Manish Rai in Automation as IT's best ally on February 7, 2018

Automation Anywhere has rapidly grown a customer base of more than 900 enterprises becoming the global leader in robotic process automation (RPA). Why? Its platform is the most intuitive to use and the fastest to deploy and scale. Dozens of Automation Anywhere customers have deployed intelligent digital workforces that include more than 1,000 digital workers, or bots. This is possible because business users do not need programming skills to create Automation Anywhere bots capable of saving millions of dollars annually. Automation Anywhere RPA is so intuitive and easy to learn that business users can design bots in just minutes and get them into production within days.

Written by Jordan McMahon in Automation as IT's best ally on December 3, 2014

Automation as an allyIT and business users have to cohabitate...but with the rise of democratization of IT, it’s not always easy. While IT should always remain wary of leaving business users to their own devices (literally), automation software usage is something IT is able to advocate for, direct, control, and comfortably allow business users to take advantage of.

This infographic explains why automation should be viewed as IT’s ally—not its enemy. Click the infographic to see the full-sized version.

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