Enhancing Employee Experience through Automation

Strategy

Enhancing Employee Experience through Automation

Automation. It’s a buzzworthy term for good reason, creating new opportunities for cost savings and process efficiency that can significantly boost the bottom line. And yet with these benefits also comes a tangible change for the teams who implement and utilize the automation. Many workers are left with a

By Carli Smith · 2 min read

Use Intelligent Automation to Put Digital Workers to Work Alongside People

Future of Work

Use Intelligent Automation to Put Digital Workers to Work Alongside People

“Meet me where I am.”When using software, minimizing the number of jumps users need to make between systems is essential for productivity. Automation is already a well-known solution to this type of issue.Why? Because automation reduces manual interactions with different systems and moves information from system to system,

By Neil Bahadur · 3 min read

Humans in the Loop: People and Bots Working Side by Side

Digital Transformation

Humans in the Loop: People and Bots Working Side by Side

Humans in the loop.In the automation industry, this phrase is actually a thing. A widely-used and accepted phrase. And it's so cringe-worthy.[1] It sounds like something from a dystopian future where our robot overlords think of humans as an intrusion in their environment. An undesirable disruption to an

By Sean Chou · 2 min read

Business Survival in the Era of Automation

Strategy

Business Survival in the Era of Automation

In 1990 MIT computer science professor Michael Hammer started a revolution in management thinking with his HBR article "Reengineering Work: Don't Automate, Obliterate." The basic premise of his article, which put the business process re-engineering movement into high speed, was that organizations were wasting time and money putting technology into