Robotic Process Automation

Digital transformation is somewhat of a buzzword, but that doesn’t mean it’s a fad. The need to facilitate change in the supply chain isn’t going to diminish, if anything it is only going to grow as new and exciting technologies start to move into the mainstream. 

NICE has updated its Robotic Process Automation with more AI-based features to promote more rapid automation development, efficient robotic and human workforce management and to better ensure business continuity.

Blue Prism has announced a free enterprise trial of its Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace. The trial is designed to be a quick-start deployment to introduce new users to Digital Workforce on Azure with easy access to a fully functional, short-term version of Blue Prism connected-RPA.

Micro Focus has launched a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) product designed to give companies the power to build, secure, and scale automated business processes, from legacy to modern, across the enterprise.

Professor Leslie Willcocks is a Professor of Work, Technology and Globalisation at the London School of Economics and Political Science and a global thought leader and author on automation and the future of work.  Prior to arriving in Australia and New Zealand for a series of high value seminars in August in association with Blue Prism, he gave IDM a glimpse into his thoughts on what the impact of next generation automation will mean for the public sector.

Buying a process intelligence software startup may not seem a natural move for ABBYY, an established vendor of content IQ and document processing solutions. However, the company claims the purchase of TimelinePI is a natural extension of its successful drive to expand its integration with leading robotic process automation (RPA) platforms.

The robotic process automation (RPA) software market is growing at a frenzied pace, according to Gartner data. Some RPA software vendors experienced triple-digit revenue growth rates in 2018.

Blue Prism is acquiring UK cloud services company Thoughtonomy for up to 80 million pounds to extend the SaaS capabilities of its  robotic process automation (RPA) platform.

As I sat down this morning sipping my coffee, I gave my LinkedIn feed its usual skim to see if anything grabbed my attention and a particular blog did, although it was probably for the wrong reason. I confess that my mind wasn’t focused on the task as I was already starting to think ahead to the tasks of the day once the sun was up and the kids were at school, so I initially scrolled past it. But something about it poked at my lizard brain and sent me searching for it again.

Automation Anywhere is enabling access to its Robotic process Automation (RPA) bots from Azure in what the company describes as an expanded relationship with Microsoft that will enable joint product integration, co-selling and joint marketing between the two companies.