Having the right information at the right time empowers positive customer experiences, enables executives to make proactive decisions and allows employees to be more productive. To get data in the right place at the right time, however, your business units need a quick, reliable way to curate the information they need from the sources that …
Increasingly in travel and hospitality, personalized offers & digital experience are shaping customer experience and driving brand loyalty.
An infographic that shows the impact the 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day are having on businesses going through digital transformations.
More cloud adoption means that an increasing amount of sensitive business data is vulnerable to exposure. It’s now more important than ever to create an effective security posture in an “always-on” world. Proper security planning can save your organization serious legal and financial consequences. Gone are the days when a simple security approach was enough. …
The most powerful trend in RPA is its connection with artificial intelligence (AI) to vastly expand the universe of automation possibilities. This article examines where RPA is headed.
If you only read one point, read this: RPA is a profitable investment. The benefits of RPA in terms of cost savings and revenue generation not only massively outweigh the costs, they do so quickly. We’ll discuss five reasons why you should use RPA. We’ll again provide real-world examples for each reason, demonstrating the tangible, quantifiable benefits RPA can bring.
Implementing RPA at scale is a difficult task achieved by few firms so far. However, organizations that can provide clarity of purpose through engaged stakeholders, unity in execution through a supportive IT staff, empowered teams through an RPA center, and positive feedback loops with a strong implementing partner.
This post will cover when to use RPA. It’s not a silver bullet for every problem your business has, but when applied correctly, it can drive significant efficiencies. We’ll discuss the necessary characteristics of process that leverages RPA, as well as the ideal characteristics that would make RPA be especially profitable for your organization.
What is RPA? RPA is a program that automates routine tasks according to fixed rules. RPA is nested within the broader category of intelligent process automation (IPA).
How testers can learn any system that is “new” to them, with little or no documentation.