process automation

What does artificial intelligence mean for your business processes?

Key Points:  To deliver next generation business process services and support the digitally reinvented enterprise, businesses need to embrace intelligent automation Artificial intelligence (AI) can now deliver personalized, end-to-end frictionless experiences that are outcome focused and easy to scale Learn about three cognitive solutions from IBM that are transforming the way finance, HR and procurement […]

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What do the butterfly effect and automation have in common?

Key Points: A design thinking workshop helped solve a consumer packaged goods (CPG) company’s challenges with its upstream order management process Robotic process automation proved a pragmatic approach to resolving process imperfections and driving down operational costs This scenario illustrates how implementing automation in one operational domain can impact the broader business The phrase “butterfly […]

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5 tools for orchestrated workforce and enterprise automation

Key points: Understand five types of process automation tools of varying complexity and maturity When orchestrated, these tools can unlock workforce and enterprise transformation 25 to 100 percent of repetitive processes can be automated, reallocating workforce bandwidth to more value-add activities What is process automation and what value can it bring to your business enterprise? […]

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Enterprise automation: Achieve your goals with IBM’s five element design framework

Key Points: Automation is revolutionizing work and operations, but few organizations are making substantial progress toward adoption. IBM’s five element framework addresses questions around automation delivery, adoption and benefits realization Robotics and process automation technologies are empowering organizations to approach operations in entirely new ways. You could even call it a revolution. Executives are asking […]

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5 Keys to driving automation adoption

Despite the attention-grabbing headlines, suggesting the workforce may one day be replaced by an army of robots, the reality is more complex. Fewer than 5% of jobs are fully automatable, according to McKinsey – but most roles have the potential to automate a significant proportion of their activities. This is the case in IT, where […]

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