Software robots in the workplace

Written by Avi Bhagtani in Software robots in the workplace on March 20, 2019
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived, bringing in much needed support to enable our fast-paced lives. It happened so quickly that we no longer notice that AI is in play when Siri schedules our appointments, Alexa finds our music, and Facebook tags our photos. New AI-powered algorithms can even write music, make paintings, crack jokes, and create new scenarios for “The Flinstones.”

Written by Manish Rai in Software robots in the workplace on March 11, 2019
Automation Anywhere Enterprise

Your business has adopted Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) to automate repetitive processes, but now you’re looking at how you can take your digital transformation to the next level? You’re not alone. According to a recent report by IDC, worldwide spending on cognitive automation and artificial intelligence (AI) systems is forecasted to reach $77.6 Billion in 2022.

Written by Shobhana Viswanathan in Software robots in the workplace on February 7, 2019
Automation Anywhere Enterprise

Ready, set, go. Speed is shattering expectations on all human frontiers. People are running marathons faster, living longer, and expecting businesses to deliver services faster. Automated bots are taking the lead in helping humans and companies to speed-up service delivery and make human experiences better.

Written by Semyon Sergunin in Software robots in the workplace on February 4, 2019
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In previous posts, we have described HOW procure-to-pay processes could be automated end-to-end by adding RPA and cognitive automation to bridge gaps between email, ERP, and payment solutions. We also talked about the easiest way to implement such projects by leveraging pre-built bots from the Bot Store.

Written by Avi Bhagtani in Software robots in the workplace on January 31, 2019
Automation Anywhere Enterprise

Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) and bots help humans work smarter, faster, and more efficiently. But what if bots could help chatbots become more useful as well?

Written by Brian Strachman in Software robots in the workplace on January 28, 2019
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Smartphones entice us to snap photos, view videos, and connect with friends. The freedom of our mobile lifestyle allows us to be more expressive about who we are. Our mobile lifestyle gives us immediacy to find someone to date, view train schedules, buy or sell stock, find available charge stations for our EVs, get the latest news, read nearby restaurant menus, and much more.