The market for robotic process automation (RPA) software is expected to grow at double-digit rates through to 2024, according to Gartner. Global RPA software revenue is projected to reach $US1.89 billion in 2021 — an increase of 19.5 per cent from 2020 — according to the latest forecast. In Australia,
Automation vendor Blue Prism says 70 almost three-quarters of Australian executives it recently polled see robotic process automation (RPA) as solving the global productivity problem, 80 per cent say its helps drive digital transformation, and 78 per cent see it as essential for business to remain competitive. The findings are
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendor Blue Prism has raised £100 million from existing and new investors, shoring up its position in the current economic climate. The funding will be used to further strengthen and protect Blue Prism’s balance sheet during a period of uncertainty for the wider economy, while allowing
There is a concerning lack of readiness for technological change among Australian organisations, with most business leaders unprepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the convergence of the physical, digital and biological worlds, according to a new report by KPMG Digital Delta. The 4th Industrial Revolution Benchmark Report, produced in
Blue Prism has been recognised as a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Robotic Process Automation, Q4 2019 report. One of 15 companies included in the report, Blue Prism alone received the highest scores possible in both the “Scale Factors” and “Governance, SaaS and Community” criteria within the “Current Offering” category.
Professional services firm Deloitte has acquired The Eclair Group, which specialises in robotic process automation (RPA). Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Collectively known as Robotics and Cognitive Automation (RCA), The Eclair Group delivers of process automation services including RPA, machine learning (ML) and intelligent automation — a branch
Insurers will spend $634 million on RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions by 2024, rising from $184 million in 2019; a 245 per cent increase over the next five years, according to new data from Juniper Research. According to the research, Regtech: Cost Savings, Technological Impact & Vendor Analysis 2019-2024, global
Insurers will spend $634 million on robotic process automation (RPA) solutions by 2024, rising from $184 million in 2019; a 245 per cent increase over the next five years. The figures are contained in a new report from Juniper Research. RPA is software designed to reduce operational costs by automating
Robotic process automation (RPA) vendor Automation Anywhere and Microsoft have formed a strategic collaboration focused on improving business processes through automation. Customers will now be able to access Automation Anywhere bots from Microsoft Azure to help manage large, unstructured datasets, decrease time-to-market and lower operating costs. The expanded relationship is
Can Robots help Australian businesses navigate the complex energy market and save millions of dollars in energy costs. That’s the claim by BidEnergy which says its data demonstrates that over the last 12 months robots found savings totaling $2.6 million in 822 instances amongst a sample of its customer base.