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Automation Anywhere partners with Microsoft to advance automation
The relationship includes multi-million dollar investment into the adoption of RPA and aims to make automation technology more accessible to global enterprises.
Troovo brings robotics-powered payments solutions to enterprises
According to Troovo, globally in 2019, there are 115 billion wholesale payment transactions forecast, and virtual card spending is expected to go beyond $1 trillion by 2022.
Sydney University AI Hub wins global award for RPA implementation
"This award demonstrates what is possible when organisations have a clear vision, a robust roadmap and exemplary internal communications around RPA deployments."
Extreme Networks commits 95% of R&D to AI and automation
It aims to develop its solutions to enable a “secure, self-healing, self-driving network from the enterprise edge to the cloud.”
BMC adds RPA to Helix with Automation Anywhere
With new support for RPA, BMC Helix will enable enterprises to use bots to automate service desk processes.
Gartner: AI to reduce project management workload
80% of the work performed project management teams will be taken over by AI by 2030, starting this year.
Workflows should benefit people, not devices
It is important that, in digital transformation journeys, managers remember technology should complement, rather than overtake, employee talent and skillsets.
Why 70% of organisations believe RPA is enabling more human interaction
Organisations are increasingly concerned with the employee experience as they grapple with the forces of automation and RPA.
How to build a successful RPA strategy
"There’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to implementing RPA."
Data61 to expand robotic infrastructure with new facility
“The new centre expands our research infrastructure to develop highly autonomous robotics systems that can interact safely and seamlessly with humans and other dynamic agents."
Nintex acquires RPA provider EnableSoft
“Next-generation automation environments, like the one offered by Nintex, will combine business workflow and robotic process automation tools into uniform digital automation platforms."
NEXTGEN named first A/NZ Automation Anywhere distributor
The agreement will see Automation Anywhere continue to both extend and accelerate its reach across A/NZ through NEXTGEN’s channel network.
IDC: Need for RPA growing among APAC financial institutions
Automation is quickly becoming a must-have for many organisations across APAC, especially banks and insurance companies, says IDC.
Robots to the fore – Key insights for New Zealand Business into RPA in 2019
From making artificial intelligence a business reality to closer ties to human colleagues, robotic process automation is gearing up for a strong 2019.
ABBYY brings AI to Quanton’s RPA solutions
Quanton partners with ABBYY to provide Kiwi organisations content intelligence in process automation.
Exclusive: The bumpy road to business automation
"Depending on the scale of the AI systems you’re implementing, you may have to plan for a culture shift."
MYOB launches new compliance workflow beta
Users are invited to trial the new program, that promises to halve the amount of time spent on the compliance process.
New Kiwi company aims for mid-market with RPA and AI
With an emphasis on blending the two technologies to maximise returns for local mid-market companies, it helps them take the robot out of the human.
Blue Prism’s massive upcoming expansion to RPA platform
With RPA becoming one of the most important tools to a modern organisation, Blue Prism has big plans for the next few months.
Why contact centre operators need to take advantage of intelligent automation
The truth is, in today’s hyper-competitive digital economy, organisations that choose to embrace intelligent automation will come out on top.
Four ways automation improves business efficiency
MSPs are well-placed to take advantage of the productivity boost that results from automating aspects of their business.
Robotic process automation: The basis of an AI future
AI is sexy, but RPA is right here, right now – and it’s helping Kiwi companies prepare for a future with AI and ML.
IDC reports on key RPA vendors in APeJ
IDC profiled the Robotic process automation offerings from Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism, Datamatics, Kofax, UiPath and WorkFusion.
Automation Anywhere supports all four major cloud providers
Automation Anywhere Enterprise now supports Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.