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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.
How can you choose the correct use case when you have no prior experience with automation?vv
The terms automation and robotics are often used interchangeably, and this is not surprising. With the massive recent development of these technologies, they have become a hot topic in the media where they are not always used correctly.
With the recent development of SAP automation tools that don’t require any coding skills, SAP automation has stopped being a prerogative of RPA developers and is now available to business users.
As you probably know, SAP is one of the world’s most popular enterprise digital ecosystems. It offers solutions for digitizing business workflows, managing business operations and customer relations, including a wide range of solutions in finance, account management, invoice processing, and HR tracking.
If you work in tech, the odds are high that you’ve heard the phrase “eat your own dog food.” But if you haven’t, don’t worry — it should not be taken literally.
Worldwide, Microsoft Excel is the most popular spreadsheet software used in offices.
Intelligent Automation is a hot topic in the banking sector and is considered by many to be a transformative technology for the industry. Automation in banking has a rich history and is on the way to a bright future.
For decades, in many ways, banks have been automation early adopters. Since the introduction of the first automatic teller machine — or ATM — in 1969, banks have embraced technology and are still leading in automation.
RPA software gives small businesses and large enterprises the ability to make their business processes more effective by improving compliance and bringing down the time required for implementation.
Interview with Venyamin Kazimirovskiy, WorkFusion Delivery and Program Manager