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Robotic Process Automation: Combined with AI to Make Intelligent Automation

By Dick Weisinger

Businesses are automating their processes to become more efficient and responsive. A key component of automation for many businesses is RPA (Robotic Process Automation). RPA is the automation of repetitive, typically time-consuming, tasks that would normally be performed by humans

RPA and Security: The Risk of Hijacked Robots

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the streamlining of repetitive business processes with software that can perform image recognition and interact with legacy applications, usually performing tasks with much greater speed and accuracy than humans. RPA is usually is based on

Hyperautomation: When Ordinary Automation isn’t Fast Enough

By Dick Weisinger

How fast is fast? Businesses have been able to speed up existing workflows within by using Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to automate tasks that are usually repetitive and tedious. Gartner has started to use the term ‘hyperautomation’ to describe automation

DPA and RPA: A Strategy for Future-Proof Digital Transformation

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) focuses on automation of repetitive tasks that generally don’t require high skills. Digital Process Automation (DPA), another term for Business Process Automation, automates more complex business processes. DPA improves customer interactions, internal collaboration, and interactions with

RPA and Low Code: Providing the Flexibility to Tweak Process Changes

By Dick Weisinger

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is one of the fastest areas of enterprise software growth. Gartner estimates that RPA is growing at an annual rate of 63 percent. It’s a technology that lets businesses automate tasks and exchange data with legacy