In its better-than-expected results, UiPath leaders said strong customer acceptance of automation, as well as fast ROI, are driving performance in a challenging macroeconomic climate.
Supply chain strategies have evolved over the years, but we’re on the precipice of a new era of innovation in this area thanks to five new technologies.
Modern ERP systems are installed in the cloud and are cheaper and more efficient than their predecessors, making them perfect for the Acceleration Economy, says Wayne Sadin.
ERP is in the spotlight as companies look to get more out of their existing processes. Wayne Sadin gives insight into modern ERP’s capabilities.
Toni Witt looks at how a healthcare application of Automation Anywhere’s hyperautomation reflects the need for human input to be successful.
CPOs can use tools like outcome-based agreements and agile contracts, among others, to help professional services companies make wise tech investments.
Janet Schijns defines how AI apps, supported by partners, can automate everything from repetitive tasks to supply chains for better operational efficiency.
The “object centric” upgrade to process mining that Celonis launched last year streamlines analysis of both internal and supply chain apps.
Recognized for customer service prowess a third straight year, UiPath highlights the tie between customer focus and business results.
AI collects a lot of data, but it’s hard for many people to utilize, which is where augmented reality as a real-time, on-prem interface could supercharge its utility.
Toni Witt evaluates how low-code/no-code could lead to the democratization of AI and explores the impact that will have.
As Kieron Allen explains, the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) uses Automation Anywhere’s Automation 360 to streamline a diverse set of processes.
Kieron Allen hosts Acceleration Economy analysts Ronak Mathur and Toni Witt, who explain the criteria used to select the companies on the AI/Hyperautomation Top 10 shortlist.
Cloud native. AI-driven. Democratized access. Automation Anywhere meets the key automation requirements of business and tech leaders.
From chatbots and checkout-free stores to supply chain optimization and advanced analytics, Joanna Martinez explains automation advances in the retail industry.
Janet Schijns offers guidance on what to look for when selecting a hyperautomation partner, which can be very different from other partners in the ecosystem.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, SAP’s Don Ingle describes how and why edge technology is embedded into the company’s HANA business technology platform.
In this Hyperautomation interview, Toni Witt speaks with Misa Ilkechi, co-founder of robotics-as-a-service startup Formic, about the influence that robotics and automation has had on the manufacturing industry, and what lies ahead for the technologies.
Automation tools can make errors, which surfaces the need for a recovery plan in case something goes wrong, says Kieron Allen.
In ep 29 of the Growth Swarm podcast, the hosts discuss recent key trends and look ahead to how the “four pillars” will help businesses thrive in the future.