At Driven 2021 TTI's Chris McCarley will be speaking about their automation progress over the last year.
Driven, BP3's annual automation conference. This year Driven is 100% virtual and 100% free.
BP3 Global, Inc. - Celebrating 14 years in business!
So what is an Intelligent Document Processing Pipeline? Check out this week’s Tuesdays with Tom where Tom Wilger answers this burning question. Tom is also touching on topics such as what it means to configure an IDP Pipeline in the cloud and what four components make up an IDP Pipeline.
BP3 Global, Inc - Automation Anywhere Partner of the year 2021 | AARI - Automation Anywhere Robotic Interface | Intelligent Document Processing
Acquisition of transformAI provides enhanced Capabilities in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Intelligent Document Services
With 2021 under way, and 2020 quickly moving to the rearview mirror, I want to try something new to share more in-depth thoughts about topics that are on my mind. Many of them would also fit quite well on the BP3 blog - and I will share portions here when appropriate.
Forrester Wave: Digital Process Automation Service Providers, Q3 2020 - BP3 Global, Inc.
In this 2018 video, Julie gives us a sense of good use cases for automation
Neil Ward-Dutton in his weekly video short, focused this time on the Business Automation Toolkit. I like this point of view and how he explains it.
I was surprised by the premise and headline on this article from Above Avalon: "Apple's Ecosystem Growth is Accelerating" because, like most, my assumption was that with relatively flatter revenue growth that accelerating might be the wrong word to use, even if we can agree it is growing somewhat.
Important updates to the best UI for IBM Automation: Brazos UI 6.0
A big concern with the pandemic was whether demand for all sorts of products and services would collapse.
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Sandy Kemsley just covered the IBM acquisition of WDG Automation, an RPA provider. I always recommend reading the analysis of folks like Sandy because she is an independent thinker with deep industry experience and long track record of helping her clients think through these issues. She is an RPA-skeptic, I think it if fair to say, but that doesn't discount her insights and advice on the topic at hand.
We've talked about this in previous posts, and here is another third party take on COVID-driven automation
Our team shares some knowledge on our support site
Tesla is building a new factory in Austin. One can't help but wonder if there might be a move of Tesla HQ to Austin in the future. That would really set the business news coverage on fire here in Austin.
This is part 3 of a 3-part series about a tree house. In this case, we need to get some care for our star of the story when he falls out of the tree house! With each part, you can observe how process transformation can help companies achieve a faster way to help their customers:
This is part 2 of a series about transforming processes, using a utility company as the star of the story(!) :
At BP3, we look for faster ways to get you to your business value - including, how fast we can get your solutions into production. In this BP3 Live video, Steven shares how to get to production faster with BP3 and RPA:
I love how he emphasizes that you follow the value - if the next most valuable thing to do is more RPA you do it, if it is end-to-end process then you do that - follow the value:
encapsulate the AI or Machine Learning in it's own layer or component, and you encapsulate the process or automation into it's own layer (or component
It seems like ages ago, but it was only December 2018 when we had our CEO, Scott Francis, sit down and talk with Krista White, about RPA business use cases.
I've always thought about attended vs. unattended as much like the difference between RDA and RPA, as covered in an early video in our RPA series, back in 2018.
This is a great example of automating some of the processes that real estate agents use to drive new business, such as contacting prospects on a regular schedule, which would normally be done (or not done) manually.