Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Organizations across every industry are realizing they can leverage automation to “win big” and achieve digital transformation. Yet it’s essential that processes executed by automation are performed with a level of consistency and reliability that meets audit, operational and customer service standards.
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We foresee an evolution in the market, where RPA will be complemented by five or more technologies to enable business process transformation. The latest release of the Kofax Intelligent Automation Platform offers process optimization, digital workforce management and developer capabilities. We bring these capabilities under one platform to augment RPA with process discovery, advanced OCR, analytics, AI, machine learning and user experience.
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Unstructured data isn’t going away. For organizations struggling to achieve more mature levels of automation and eliminate bottlenecks and slowdowns, a key consideration should be implementing a solution that integrates RPA with artificial intelligence. This way, organizations can advance automaton initiatives from repetitive transactional use cases to more complex knowledge-based business processes – enhancing customer experiences and operational excellence.
As market pressures and customer expectations motivate organizations to work smarter and more efficiently, many are turning to robotic process automation (RPA) to increase efficiency, overcome the gaps of siloed systems and drive their digital transformation. There is certainly no shortage of RPA vendors to choose from. How can you differentiate between the different solutions on the market and find the right RPA solution for you?
Robotic process automation (RPA) is a hot topic in the federal technology landscape. Many agencies know that fine-tuning operations and processes alone won’t lead to transformational change. That’s because optimization by itself is not enough. To shift employees to higher-value work, ultimately achieve greater efficiencies, eliminate backlogs, improve citizen services and increase responsiveness, agencies will need to leverage automation.
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.