Category: Attended Robot

The Inevitable Unattended RPA Ceiling

Unattended RPA

I frequently attend BWG Strategy group conference calls which focus on various industries, segments and sub-segments in the technology industry.  Attending these sessions is an invaluable way to learn what other industry practitioners are experiencing. Within the past… Read More

RPA Attended Automation Re-examined

RPA Attended Automation Re-examined

There has been a lot of buzz lately in and around attended automation. Recently, Automation Anywhere released their first named bot in this space, AARI. They equated it to an “automated business process” assistant in the same realm… Read More

RPA thoughts for 2020

It’s a new year and not to mention a new decade. We have seen the automation space really heat up during the last few years of the 2010’s. As I alluded to in other blogs, scalability and reliability are the two driving factors to wider adoption… Read More

Intelligent Process Automation (IPA) – RPA grows up

I recently listened to a podcast in which Tom Romeo of MAXIMUS, which is a large contractor of the US Federal government talked about how his company has chosen RPA to automate many services provided by the government…. Read More

Flipping the Script – Technology will soon work for Humans.

Technology will work for humans

As someone that has embraced technology, developed software and evangelized about its use, I think we are very close to the point where the paradigm is about to shift in a dramatic fashion. Up to this point, I… Read More

Next Gen RPA: Automating the Virtual Desktop

Automating the Virtual Dektop

In a recent blog post I spoke of how AI and RPA are now working together better than ever. Two of the tools I mentioned are the cloud-based AI OCR engines by Google and Microsoft. While it’s certainly… Read More

RPA and SecurITy: No – these robots aren’t coming to hack your systems!

RPA and SecurITy

Security remains an ongoing concern, whether your company is just starting RPA or far along on your journey. I’m guilty of my brazen statements and a recent blog post which posits that IT oversight isn’t necessary with RPA…. Read More

RPA 2019: Data in its Right Place

RPA 2019

Radiohead is my favorite band of all time. Throughout their catalog there are songs that are melancholy, cerebral and intricate. A song that embodies these characteristics and speaks to me, like few do, is “Everything in its Right… Read More

RPA 2019: The Obvious Knowledge Gap

RPA Knowledge Gap

In a previous post I wrote about the qualities of a good RPA Partner. In this blog I’d like to address the noticeable RPA knowledge gap that exists in this fast growing space. I feel that this could… Read More

RPA 2019: Manage your Bots Anywhere

Manage your bots anywhere

On January 7th, UiPath announced they had created the first version of their Orchestrator mobile application. Honestly, it was a fulfillment of a long-held belief of mine that RPA is scalable and can be managed easily. Now you… Read More