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Millennials plan to use robots to avoid human interaction at work, as revealed by research commissioned by ABBYY, the global provider of content intelligence solutions and services.

Ninety-five percent of organisations that have implemented robotic process automation (RPA) say the technology has improved productivity, according to Deloitte’s fourth Global Robotics Survey.

Robotic Process Automation is touted as a digital disruptor in the operations realm. In the constant race to outperform competition, companies are looking for ways to streamline processes, reduce costs and focus on value-add activities. RPA is a promising solution for these problems, and so it is no wonder that large and mid-sized organisations across industries are currently piloting or implementing Robotic Process Automation.

Data is a company’s most valuable asset. To maintain data’s value, it’s vital to identify where that data is vulnerable. According to data and ethics expert Dr. Gemma Galdon Clavell, there are five major moments where data is most vulnerable: collection, storage, sharing, analysis, and deletion. These vulnerability points increase the risk of a data breach – and we’ve all heard about the costs of having one.

Former Oracle MD Tim Ebbeck has joined Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendor Automation Anywhere as Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand. Based in Sydney, Ebbeck is charged with growing Automation Anywhere’s business in ANZ.

The terms digitisation and digitalisation get tossed around a lot these days, particularly in the context of document management and digital transformation discussions. The two words are often used interchangeably, but they really mean two different things – one provides for efficiencies in workflow and the other enables business transformation.

In my view the conference this year wasn’t about major releases as much as it was about showing progress while clarifying positioning and vision for the future of work and Microsoft’s place in it. One of the biggest clarifications for me was the importance of Teams. 

Christchurch-headquartered Information Leadership has been announced as one of 24 companies globally that are Charter Members of Microsoft’s Content Services Partner Program for FY19 and is the only New Zealand company in this select group. Information Leadership is also the only company in Asia-Pacific to be recognised in the Advisory and Implementation categories.

The Office of Public Prosecutions (OPP) is Victoria’s largest criminal legal practice. With 325 employees including 256 lawyers, the OPP prosecutes serious offences in Victoria’s County and Supreme Courts and conducts criminal appeals in the County Court, the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Australia. OPP’s adoption of the Knosys KnowledgeIQ platform has led to a user-friendly interface for curated digital records. OPP solicitors are now relying on the most up-to-date and authoritative information which is available to them in an easy-to-consume format. 

Without giving you too much detail of Accelerate’s patent-pending technology innovation, we’d like to share some of the “under the covers” methodology with you. Intelledox engineers created an AI engine to take a PDF or non-fillable PDF and put it through a wizard process.

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