Imagine if there was a way to buy time. What would you do with it? What can your business do with more time? When your employees save anywhere from 10 hours a week to 45,000 hours annually using intelligent automation, it’s almost as if you can buy time. Now, just imagine how much more your business will save when your employees are dialed-in on their core responsibilities, finding new ways to add value to the business and innovate.
Automation as IT's best ally
Cloud computing is transforming the way companies of all sizes are scaling services to fulfill customers’ expectations. Without worrying about underlying infrastructure costs or maintenance, companies now use the cloud to efficiently and quickly deploy more applications. For fast-scaling companies that also want to build speed and agility for security teams, there is a huge advantage in employing automation and building a higher caliber cloud platform while securing the business.
It’s time to automate your workloads, and RPA is the quickest and best way to do it.
We all make New Year’s resolutions; exercise more, spend more time with family, be more productive at work, and so on. Unfortunately, these are often easier said than done.
The numbers are staggering. Since 2005, over one billion consumer records have been breached in 7,800 separate instances. Equifax, Target, Neiman Marcus, were the most prominent in 2017. Gartner blogger and analyst Avivah Litan predicts that the stolen information may be 1. sold and resold underground, 2. used to update existing identity records, 3. used to take over existing bank accounts, brokerage accounts, phone service accounts, and 4. used by adversarial nation states to disrupt or steal from US.
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.
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.