Topic: Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
Delivering a More Powerful Digital Workforce with Intelligent Document Processing
ABBYY recently wrapped up its annual Technology Summit in Las Vegas where 300+ partners, customers, analysts and employees received the latest information about our revenue growth, new products, customer successes, and insight into our vision and strategy. One hot topic of conversation was robotic process automation (RPA) and how capture (as it’s been known for years) fits in.
Making Robots Smarter with Intelligent Document Processing
Earlier this month, ABBYY participated in the Intelligent Automation Week in Chicago in which I had the opportunity to moderate one of the round table discussions on content intelligence and robotic process automation (RPA). I held discussions with over 40 people on various approaches to automating content-based processes with RPA.
A Summer to Remember
This summer signaled for me the start of a new career at ABBYY. We have also seen a heatwave hit the UK and witnessed the England football team playing with a freedom and intelligence never seen before. Thinking about these early few months in the new role, you could link those 2 traits with some of the organizations I’ve encountered at the various events I’ve attended.
Software robots: The employees that never sleep
Intelligent technologies broaden every sphere of business opportunities, including the office work. The never-tiring digital employees - software robots – are entering into marketing, sales, accounting and HR. One reason for this is that the cost of human labor is rising in both developed and developing countries.
Robots, Jobs and Text Analytics
One of the most popular discussions around digital transformation is how deployment of robots will affect the workplace. While the effect of robotization on individual jobs remains a sensitive issue, benefits to businesses are already clear. No wonder investors have already injected $4 billion into 4,000 AI vendors that want to concentrate on RPA.
Linking AI to Business Value with New Intelligent Document Processing Solutions
The growing trend of integrating artificial intelligence into business processes not only augments any work involving data-driven decision-making, but also changes the way knowledge work gets done in many organizations. In the words of Peter Drucker, who first coined the term ‘knowledge workers’ back in 1959, the greatest challenge is to “increase the productivity of knowledge work and knowledge workers.
Understanding Robotic Process Automation
All the rave these days is around artificial intelligence (AI) as the technology continues to shake up the C-suite while gaining a seat at the table. For C-suite executives however, robotic process automation (RPA) is panning out as the most exciting tool in their digital transformation toolbox. With new compliance regulations looming large, organizations need RPA to help unlock the hidden value in both structured and unstructured documents.
How AI helps organizations meet their digital transformation goals
Having recently re-watched the “Iron Man” movie franchise, I was fascinated again with J.A.R.V.I.S., Tony Stark’s artificially intelligent computer. Imagine the vast amounts of information J.A.R.V.I.S. needs access to in order to fulfill a request or anticipate a need! What if this artificial intelligence technology was deployed within the enterprise today?
Driving intelligent document processing opportunities with RPA vendors
Robotic process automation is one of the more promising and exciting tools in an organization’s digital transformation tool bag. Early uses have delivered a strategic impact on meaningful business processes innovation, and as a result, it’s getting C-suite level interest. As a result, RPA vendors are growing incredibly fast with many being venture capital funded.
ABBYY Intelligent Capture Pushes the Boundaries of RPA
ABBYY participated at the RPA and AI Summit 2017 Conference in London where experts and end users discussed the convergence of data with RPA and shared best practices for moving from proof of concept to centers of excellence. Having recently attended the AI Summit in San Francisco, we were curious to learn how European organizations and vendors were approaching AI and if their level of interest in our offerings matched that of the U.S.