Most industries experienced upheaval in 2020, but healthcare bore the brunt of unprecedented change. The onset of a global pandemic brought tremendous logistical challenges along with a surge in patient service requests. It wasn’t just patient care that required increased attention but the data collection and management that goes along with tracking a major health crisis.Read More
A tumultuous year unequivocally changed the way business is done around the world. As a global pandemic took hold, it forced companies to adapt for their employees’ safety and to ensure business continuity.
This sudden transformation put the spotlight directly on the benefits of robotic process automation and how organizations are using it to weather this catastrophic storm of COVID-19. The new business landscape requires agile, scalable, and user-friendly RPA solutions able to squash potential business disruptions on the fly. They must deploy easily and be accessible to both skilled developers and those without coding experience.Read More
While organizations around the globe have been affected by the wide-ranging ramifications of the Coronavirus, just months after the start of the largest lockdown in history, enterprises are figuring out how to survive – and thrive – within the confines of the new reality.Read More
The digitization of labor is rapidly evolving. Most organizations understand they can’t ignore these developments, but many are uncertain about where to begin or how to manage the disruption that may accompany large scale digital workforce transformations. Join IRPA AI, Kryon Systems and PwC in a live webinar, Digital Labor 2.0 - The Robots Have Grown Up, to understand why leading companies are turning to robotic process automation (RPA) to facilitate their digital transformation journey and how to avoid common pitfalls in order to reap the full benefits that this technology has to offer. Register today!
Ready or not, digital transformation is here and it is already impacting the way business is done and the way we work. According to IDC analysts, within the next two years, two-thirds of Global 2000 enterprise will have digital transformation at the center of their corporate strategy. And yet, much of our work is still being done through antiquated processes and legacy systems that are unable to deliver on the new levels of business agility and efficiency that are defining today's modern enterprise.Read More