Tag: RPA and AI

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

Is RPA Transformative?

Transformative Technology is defined as ”hardware- and software-based tools designed to enhance human psychological well-being, cognitive function and physical capabilities”.   The question I have is, does RPA fall into this category? While some people reading this may provide… Read More

2nd Half of 2020: RPA Trends

It’s funny, I recently read a blog I wrote to start the year entitled, “RPA Thoughts for 2020”. To say those were whimsical times is a slight understatement. While some of my thoughts touch on some of the… Read More

RPA Orchestration, The Killer Use Case

Over a year ago I wrote a blog entitled, “RPA 2018: Many Bots Make Light Work”.  I tackled the Orchestration side of RPA and talked about how UiPath Orchestrator allowed RPA to do something it hadn’t been able… Read More

Microsoft Enters the RPA Market it Built

Recently Microsoft announced it was adding RPA capabilities into its Power Builder application. I saw the news about Microsoft entering the RPA Market and responded in kind on LinkedIn with the following statement.  “It’s kind of astounding that they are “entering” into… Read More

Automation on Steroids! RPA with AI

RPA with AI

When I wrote my first blog, What is RPA (really?), I spoke about how “AI Robots (that) will make business so intelligent it will free people up to focus on more important tasks instead of the time-consuming, mundane… 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