The world is changing at an accelerating pace, and with 2019 almost in the rearview mirror, our strategy team takes a step back and tries to peer into the future. We explore the trends taking shape in the intelligent automation (IA) market and look for macro patterns that could give us a hint as to what’s to come in the year ahead. Here are our top 10 predictions that will impact the intelligent automation market over the next 12 months.
A significant body of work has been written around strategies for keeping up with the accelerating rate of change and innovation, but cloud is usually one of the top contenders. However, if industry leaders expect change, why are the industry trends pointing toward corporate cloud lock-in potentially worse than the mainframe days?
On behalf of Kofax, I'd like to offer my congratulations to three of our valued customers for being shortlisted for the upcoming Women in IT Awards: Emma Curzon from Davies Turner for Future CIO of the Year; Julie Hollis from Davies Turner for IT Team of the Year; and Cath Morris from ICIS for Data Leader of the Year.
If you’ve ever applied for a mortgage, credit card or even a new savings account, you know how paper-intensive the process can be. Photo ID, tax returns, insurance forms and statements take a long time to compile and an even longer time to be processed by the financial institution. These initial and information-intensive interactions are vital early experiences that set the tone for what should be a long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationship between the customer and the financial institution.
AIIM’s recent research in the State of the Industry report identified “digitalizing” core organizational processes as currently the most important practice area for organizations relative to achieving their digital transformation goals.
Standing in long lines, filling out the same information over and over, delays in approvals—this is likely what pops into the minds of constituents when they imagine the process for enrolling in a government program or applying for services.