The Life Sciences industry is in a transformative stage and the challenges are significant. We need more effective medicines, lower costs, greater access, and personalized digital therapeutics that allow people to truly live longer healthier lives. New Robotic Process Automation (RPA) technology with cognitive automation brings fresh thinking to Life Sciences. Intelligent RPA is revolutionizing medical drug research, patient-centricity, and frees up medical scientists do fewer manual processes. As Life Sciences firms pivot to RPA with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) they improve processes, streamline costs, improve care outcomes, and fight against disease–they are transforming the industry.
Changing the world with automation
It’s early. The gray London sky has just begun to let morning light shine through. Hushed awe. Bated breath. It’s beautiful. Arrive and see the arcing A, and watch it glide smoothly. It even feels like the future—a future that every attendee is part of.
More than 1,000 people from industries as varied as public healthcare delivery to global architecture and construction take their seats at the forefront of the innovation curve for RPA and cognitive automation.
Introduction to the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Primer Series
At Automation Anywhere, we get a lot of questions on the background of automation. How does it work? Why do I need it? How do I get started? Is it hard to use? Is it safe for my business?
Founded in 2003, Automation Anywhere is a company of firsts. We delivered RPA software before it was called RPA. In the almost-16 years since then, we have pushed the boundaries of innovation with each product and service that we bring to market. Our goal is to transform the way the world does business—an ever-moving target in which we balance rapid innovation with rock-solid reliability.
As a female founder in Silicon Valley, and someone who grew up in India, I’m heartened to see an increased emphasis placed on diversity and inclusion in technology over the last few years.
Automation empowers company leaders to focus on innovation. Biotech companies are challenged to deliver new medicines quicker and at a lower cost. At the same time, compliance, and pharmacovigilance costs are increasing exponentially. Biotech companies need better tools to address these issues effectively. The Everest Group identifies automation as the top solution to the challenges facing biotech and pharma companies. RPA is now more advanced than earlier business process automation tools because our software “robots” act like humans extracting, sorting, sharing, and consuming information from various IT systems and data analysis silos. Automation Anywhere’s cognitive automation platform is more in synch with biotech because we bring a transformative approach that focuses on augmenting rather than replacing human capabilities.