Today’s top companies are prioritizing agility and responsiveness. Ever-changing technologies put more power in the hands of customers, whose expectations continue to grow. Across industries, increasing amounts of data are transforming markets. Businesses that are slow to wield the combined power of technology and data to meet customer demands and transform operations risk falling behind their competition.
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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.
Welcome to the final blog in our six-part series that takes you on a journey through the latest concepts in multichannel document capture and intelligent OCR. We’re focused on how AI has transformed what’s possible in making your documents and data work for you—and not against you. We’ll identify the essential components for transforming business areas and operations end-to-end—at scale.
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?
The countdown is on: One of the most important interest indexes in the world, LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate), is on its way to being retired. Since the index provides the basis for many types of variable rate loans (including commercial, wealth management, mortgage loans, student loans and credit cards, among others), as well as financial assets (such as derivatives and swaps), its discontinuation is quite a big deal. Let’s take a look at why LIBOR is going away, why it matters and what you can do to ensure you’re prepared:
We come across new applications for Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology in some of the unlikeliest of places. A recent example involves the use of computer vision in the online gaming industry. However, even more established applications like Enterprise Content Management (ECM) or Data Loss Prevention (DLP) are enjoying renewed innovation due to cutting-edge advances in the underlying OCR technology.