Within the next two years, 72% of companies are expected to be using robotic process automation (RPA) to minimize costs, reduce transaction times, increase productivity, and improve levels of compliance. At least that’s what is suggested by a 2017 study by global technology research firm Information Services Group, reported on by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply .

The City of Darebin, a local government area in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, has implemented a new capture solution from EzeScan which is integrated with its Infor Pathway property management system and Objective ECM.

Robotic process automation is one of the more promising and exciting tools in an organisation’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.

Digitally ambitious enterprises across all the industries in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region are betting big on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to achieve operational efficiencies and cost reduction, says data and analytics company GlobalData.

At its annual conference, Nintex has previewed new process and machine intelligence capabilities within its no code platform designed to drive even greater process efficiencies for enterprise organisations worldwide.

Life sciences and pharmaceutical companies are increasingly turning to informatics teams to lead initiatives in artificial intelligence, cognitive search, and machine learning aimed at exploiting vast amounts of internal and external information.

The nervous system of a mosquito consists of about half a million neurons. That of a bee – of 800,000 neurons, of a dog – of 160 million neurons. A human has 85 billion neurons in the system. Modern computer systems contain only a few hundred thousand neurons and in rare cases, a few million, which, in terms of intelligence, is comparable to a bee. Bees are technically 100 times dumber than dogs and 100,000 times dumber than humans.

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) wants to learn if Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology can assist it in regulating the corporate landscape. It has issued tender that focusses on a specific subset of AI, natural language processing (NLP), to help with tasks such as drafting correspondence, monitoring text translations of sales calls and reviewing Product Disclosure Statement documents.

Data professionals are wasting half of their time each week finding, protecting, or preparing data -costing organisations significant amounts of money based on a survey of 400-plus individuals performing data functions across North America and Europe.

Document management is still among the most prevalent pain points that plague corporates, according to a study by Nintex, the developer of intelligent process automation (IPA) software.