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.
Robotic process automation software company UiPath closed its Series D investment round raising $568 million at a post-money valuation of $7 billion. Despite controversies around the capacity of the technology to scale, the ongoing costs of maintaining the code, and the impact on jobs, the RPA market is currently soaking
The ongoing automation of repeatable process-based jobs, along with the augmentation of the world of knowledge workers by machine learning and AI will give rise to a new class of super-jobs. That’s a key finding in the newly released 2019 Global Human Capital Trends report from Deloitte which argues that
The graveyard of business past is haunted by the ghosts of companies that were eaten alive by digital competitors. That’s a key message delivered to delegates to Blue Prism World by Blue Prism CEO Alastair Bathgate. The event, in London’s Dockland, is billed as the world’s largest Robot Process Automation
New data from Juniper Research has found that banking RPA (robotic process automation) software and services revenue will reach close to $900 million by 2022. Juniper expects the market value, estimated at $214 million in 2018, to expand over four times by 2022. RPA was traditionally limited to replicating simple or
Intellectual Property (IP) Australia will deploy a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution to automate business processes, reducing the time and costs associated with data entry. IP Australia, the Australian government agency that administers IP rights, processes approximately 850,000 IP service requests per year, including more than 160,000 new applications for