For businesses ready to turn up the volume on their RPA implementations, a Center of Excellence (CoE) is a major step towards company-wide scalability. No two CoEs are the same, but the average RPA CoE consists of a dedicated person or team and framework to help manage the RPA (robotic process automation) ecosystem as it is rolled out across the organization.Read More
At Kryon, we’re open to partnerships with the right companies that share our customer-centric values and commitment to innovation. When you look at the cross-section of partnerships we’ve forged with such companies as Verint, Amdocs, Software AG, and AWS, it’s easy to see our best-of-breed approach to these relationships. Our goal is to create an ecosystem of technology leaders with a proven track record of solving problems for customers. When we find a complementary technology that can help remove the barriers to successful automation deployments, we’re eager to find a way to work with the company that invented it.Read More
Ever dreamed of creating an app that can change lives – either yours or the people around you? If so, you’re in the right place. You could be a citizen developer.
A citizen developer is defined as anyone who uses existing corporate IT tools and technology to develop a business application. In the robotic process automation (RPA) space, that means creating a workflow or wizard that automates a specific process. It can be within any area of any-sized organization.Read More
With the spread of Coronavirus’ crippling effect, there is a global effort to adjust behavior and avoid infection – both at home and at work. As the training and knowledge manager at Kryon (connect with me on LinkedIn), my department is adjusting quickly and responding to the changing regulations.
A Move of Necessity
Health regulations have forced people in different countries to stay at home, cancel conferences, avoid flights and, basically, avoid any unnecessary activity that may expose you to the virus.
For Kryon, getting customers onboarded and trained is for certain considered a “necessary” activity. For example: