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Get the most out of your Intelligent Automation Platform

Last week we explained what intelligent automation is and why it is needed in order to offer services with a true customer-centric perspective. In this blog we focus on the essentials of an intelligent automation platform to create value and we make the undeniable distinction between intelligent automation (IA) and robotic process automation (RPA).

How Intelligent Automation can Drive your Business

Today’s customers expect to be treated as an individual, with their personal situation, need and speed front and center. Intelligent automation helps you to meet and exceed these expectations. In this blog we discuss three questions about intelligent automation, shedding light on the possibilities of automating knowledge work to drive your business.

Working from home

Process Automation and Working from Home

During the recent COVID-19 outbreak, organizations around the world have gone through a drastic change. To keep operations going, teleworking seems to be the only option for many businesses worldwide. Here, process automation is key in ensuring continuity and compliance.

Ensure Compliance

5 Steps to Ensure Compliance

We all know some examples of organizations who treaded on the borders of compliance, seeking for loopholes in regulations, to eventually get caught not playing by the rules. The result? Large fines and huge reputational damage, to name a few.

Legacy technology

Legacy Technology: 5 Most Asked Questions

Legacy systems: like some other things in life, you can’t live with them, and you can’t live without them. In this blog post, we aim to explain the 5 most frequently asked questions we receive about legacy technology.

Manufacturing

Control the Complete Process

Manufacturers increasingly need to pursue digital transformation in order to handle today’s challenges, according to KPMG Advisory. Be Informed is a platform for intelligent automation and system orchestration, which allows manufacturers to make the right strategic decisions based on the right data.

Low-Code No-Code

Low-Code vs No-Code

While it seems that the difference is about having to code very little versus not at all, that’s not really the case. It’s more about the people who use it to create applications, and what those applications will be used for.

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