Driven has been one of our favorite events to host and to attend over the years. This year, we're going virtual, I hope you will all take the opportunity to join us! Learn about the 5 hottest topics in Automation, all in one event - looking forward to seeing you all there!
We've talked about this in previous posts, and here is another third party take on COVID-driven automation
Neil Ward-Dutton brought a guest - John O'Brien - to his weekly broadcast on AI and Business Automation, to take on the topic of RPA vendors and how they are attempting to avoid commoditization:
Sarah from our BP3 team gives some pointers about when to use RPA bots - mechanical or cognitive. With BP3, there's always a faster way!
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.
We're at IBM Think 2019 this week, and I want to call your attention to a great session on Thursday morning.? TTI, Suncor, Keppel Energy, and IBM will be discussing their approach to RPA.? While I'm