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Robots: Friend, not foe

Posted by James Hall on 09/03/16 06:37

Robots are becoming more and more integrated into our everyday lives, but are we willing to trust them over our own intuition?

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Topics: Risk, Change, People, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function

Can we trust the robots?!

Posted by Richard Denton on 28/05/15 05:43

The single biggest challenge facing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) revolves around trust, or moreover a lack of it. This mistrust exists in all departments that RPA  interacts with, be it IT, Operations,  Finance, Risk, the list goes on. So why does this lack of trust exist and how can we contextualise it to make the idea of robots less scary?

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Topics: Risk, Change, People, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function

Deploy Robotic Process Automation to plug your migration gaps

Posted by Richard Denton on 21/05/15 03:45

Are you in the middle of a systems migration in the hope of moving to a newer system which will process data more efficiently, improve customer experience and be more flexible to changes? (See our article 'Stuggling to plug your systems issues gaps? Robotic Process Automation can help!').

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Topics: Risk, Data, Operations & SSC, Quality, Perspectives, IT, Non-specific to a Sector

Robots - the regulatory dream!

Posted by Lee Edwards on 05/05/15 04:19

RPA Expert, Lee Edwards, adds his insight to our recent blog article 'Robots don't make mistakes! Deploy RPA to meet your regulatory requirements.'

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Topics: Risk, Data, Operations & SSC, Quality, Perspectives, Finance, Non-specific to a Sector

Robots don't make mistakes! Deploy Robotic Process Automation to meet your Regulatory requirements

Posted by James Hall on 30/04/15 05:43

Robots are a regulatory dream! Unlike their human counterparts robots don’t make mistakes.

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Topics: Risk, Data, Quality, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function

How to successfully handover your Robotic Process Automation project to BAU

Posted by Jane Youdell on 13/01/15 06:35

Once your Robotic Process Automation (RPA) processes are built and running in live then the processes need to become part of the operation.

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Topics: Risk, Operations & SSC, Strategy, People, Quality, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector

How to avoid disruptions when deploying Robotic Process Automation

Posted by James Hall on 09/12/14 06:06

In a series of interviews Lee Edwards, expert in Robotic Process Automation (RPA), shares with us his experience of deploying RPA programmes. This week Lee takes us through some of the delays he's experienced deploying RPA. 

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Topics: Risk, Change, People, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function

Governance model for managing a Digital Workforce

Posted by Rich Griffin on 03/11/14 05:03

Genfour_robot_2Managing a digital workforce has many similarities to managing a human workforce. There are a team of robots performing the tasks, instead of humans, with a human management structure that ensures there is plenty of work for the robots to complete. (See our interview 'How to successfully manage a team of robots').

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Topics: Risk, Strategy, Change, People, Perspectives, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function

Top 3 advantages to Betting & Gaming operations by deploying Robotic Process Automation

Posted by James Hall on 08/10/14 05:23

Whilst there are many advantages to deploying Robotic Processing Automation (RPA) into Betting & Gaming operations, we've picked out the top 3:

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Topics: Risk, Strategy, Innovation, People, Perspectives, Retail, Travel & Leisure, Non-specific to a Function, Profit, Growth

How (Robotic) Process Automation will evolve over the next few years

Posted by James Hall on 22/08/14 02:39

1) In your webinar you discussed innovative approaches to Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Can you please tell us how you see these evolving over the next few years? 

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Topics: Risk, Strategy, Innovation, Change, People, Quality, Perspectives, Technology, Non-specific to a Sector, Non-specific to a Function, Profit

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