A new generation of public service is underway as government agencies across the globe consider adoption of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). And as the sector follows in the footsteps of privately-owned businesses, governments can learn from their private sector counterparts. Businesses have already discovered the benefits of RPA and intelligent automation, and many of them translate to the public sector, as well.
Changing the world with automation
As telecom consumers, we love our mobile devices. We want more speed, higher responsiveness, and the ability to connect a lot more devices to our phones all at once. We want integrated sensors and a variety of smart TVs, wireless speakers, and gaming systems, along with other devices. For telecom companies, these increased demands present major challenges.
Thinking of adding Robotic Process Automation (RPA) into your ecosystem? We live in a world where every business is becoming an RPA and Artificial Intelligence (AI) business. Executives and entrepreneurs are looking for insights that allow them to amaze customers, reimagine products, and increase profits. Here are 7 steps you need to know to get started with automation.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic for some time. There are some genuinely transformative things being done using the sledgehammer of AI to crack some very big, complex problems in many fields, including health, manufacturing, game theory, weather prediction, and economics. The list goes on and on.
Perceptions of Human Resources are changing. It is now seen as so much more than a department dealing with paperwork, admin, trivial tasks, and petty squabbles. HR is becoming a strategic partner that contributes to bottom-line business results—and it must evolve from a cost center to a profit center.
HR leaders recognize that these strategic expectations are increasing. In the Gartner 2019 Future of HR Survey, two of the top three priorities for this year include building critical skills for the organization and improving the employee experience.
It’s not easy for finance teams to be flexible and offer the right level of visibility, when so much of their time is taken up by manual processes, paper pushing, and legacy systems.
To combat this lack of agility, financial organizations of all sizes are utilizing Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and smart analytics to augment their human workers and automate business processes from start to finish. They are moving to a blended technology such as Automation Anywhere’s Digital Workforce.