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Automating Excel can introduce some obstacles not often thought of when initially designing and developing an automation.
As companies continue to adopt and implement RPA into their organizations, proper testing methods and techniques become even more important to make the transition to RPA as successful as possible.
As we take stock of business technology at the start of a new year, it is clear that enterprises are all over the map when it comes to the automation trajectory.
Last week at the ISG Sourcing Industry Conference, we conducted a real-time study with swarm technology provider Unanimous AI.
Recent ISG research among robotic process automation (RPA) users in the DACH region reveals that companies aim to increase the number of processes they are automating by nearly 50 percent over the next two years.
When ISG hosted its annual Automation Summit in New York City, the predominant topic of discussion among the attendees was: How am I doing on my automation journey?
Have the “innovator” and “early adopter” waves for robotic process automation (RPA) passed?
AI isn’t creeping its way into the enterprise. Robotic process automation (RPA) is crashing through the front door.
ISG Research conducted a survey of 549 European business leaders to assess their adoption of robotic process automation (RPA) technology and services.
While some people have been automating business processes for years, the emergence of robotic process automation (RPA) has ushered in a whole new era.