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If your work is connected to finance, payroll or human resources, the odds are good that you have worked with SAP software (or at least you’ve heard of it!).
Nowadays, a lot of organizations feel the need to automate internal business processes for the sake of cutting down operational costs and improving productivity.
There are a lot of benefits that Intelligent Automation implementation can bring to the company, but its ultimate purpose is to allow employees to focus on more valuable work by freeing them from tedious, mundane tasks.
A good strategy is the basis of every successful automation project. Learn what steps you should take to build a proper automation strategy.
Having a great team is an important part of automation project success, and one of the central figures in this team is Data Analyst.
As the popularity of the terms “artificial intelligence” and “intelligent automation” rises, so does fear of the changes they can bring into our future.
SAP automation has been an important topic for us and our customers this year.
Everything you need to start building an automation strategy for your organization — designed expressly for executives and visionary leaders seeking to reap the benefits of automation in banking.
If you are interested in automation, you may read all the latest news, analyst reports and research papers on the subject — and you might have noticed a recent shift in the discourse, from discussion of robotic process automation (RPA) toward the more comprehensive solutions offered with Intelligent Automation.
With SAP being one of the most popular enterprise software solutions in the world, used by almost half a million people, it is unsurprising that SAP automation has been a hot topic lately.
In recent years, interest in Artificial Intelligence has been growing exponentially.
How much do you know about Robotic Process Automation?
As more companies turn toward automating employees’ manual tasks, the workplace landscape slowly changes.