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.
Digital transformation has a tendency to make employees uneasy. For many, the initial reaction to words like “robots” and “automation” is to wonder if their job will disappear.
Demand for Intelligent Automation is Taking Off. Why Not Join a Software Company That's Going Places?
Kofax is growing and looking for talent. We’re hiring to fill positions around the world to support the growing demand for our Kofax Intelligent Automation platform. The global demand for single-vendor, platform-centric intelligent automation is gaining a foothold and isn’t showing any signs of slowing.
Through the 2010s, organizations deployed automation to achieve greater efficiencies. But until recently, most have only done so through discrete projects. As we approach a new decade, executives have grand aspirations to automate end-to-end operations.
One-click ordering. Two-hour delivery. Spur-of-the-moment video calls. Pay friends by mobile phone. Technology has transformed these everyday tasks, freeing consumers from annoying and repetitive activities, like entering credit card information into a retail website order form.