How Digital Intelligence Is Being Used to Track and Report the COVID-19 Vaccines
The COVID-19 vaccination effort is complex in the U.S. While the federal government allocates available vaccine doses, each state handles its own distribution. So, how can healthcare organizations track and report the COVID-19 vaccines? With Digital Intelligence.
Thrive in a Post-COVID World: The Future of Financial Institutions and Insurance Organizations
The pandemic forced financial institutions and insurance organizations to make overnight changes in how they operated, and for two industries not known for speed in adapting to change—or changing processes on the fly—this proved that they can be nimble when they need to be.
ABBYY 2020 Favorites: Our Most Compelling Process Intelligence Stories of the Year
Process Intelligence is an advanced approach, using techniques like task and process mining to help clients in a variety of industries to better connect their people, processes, and content, and quickly identify opportunities for improvements. It has sparked a better way to approach business improvement.
New COVID Data: The Real Impact of Bad Business Processes on Employees
We’ve heard a lot about the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace – the transition to work-from-home, the emotional toll on employees worried about health and safety, and juggling remote learning for school-aged children. Once we settled into a new-normal routine, another challenge became apparent in the workplace – bad business processes.
How the COVID Era Makes KYC/AML Interesting
By now it is accepted as given that banking interactions and the processes and technology enabling them have become normalized around social distancing. The accelerated adoption of Hyperautomation, originally conceived for making operations more efficient with AI and bots, now is a strategic element of making contactless business for both customers and employees work.
Financial Services - Ready for Business in the Year of COVID Transition
Just 6 months ago, no one would have imagined that social distancing would be the normal way of interacting in public settings or doing business. But now, just halfway through the year, we can hardly imagine what it was like going to the store, getting a meal, or going to the bank without a mask, hand sanitizer, avoiding cash, and being vigilant about safe distance.