Accelerate efficiency with robotic process automation

Accelerate efficiency with robotic process automation



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robotic process automationAre you looking at streamlining and automating tasks across your organization? Is optimizing the human-bot mix important in your process? Are you exploring how you can incorporate robotic process automation (RPA) into your digital transformation strategy? If so, we’ve got the information you need to guide your organization on its digital transformation journey.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) uses software robots to record and automate low-skilled repetitive human tasks, freeing employees to focus on higher-value work. The use of bots eliminates manual errors and increases throughput. A bot can automatically log into applications, copy/paste data and control applications using the mouse or keyboard.

So how do you ensure that your automated tasks and processes work together in a streamlined manner?

IBM Robotic Process Automation with Automation Anywhere combines Automation Anywhere’s RPA platform and the IBM Business Process Manager Express solution, with its simple interface to fulfill process execution, monitoring and optimization engine. You can not only automate your tasks, but also ensure that they are part of your larger business automation plan. Learn more about this exciting partnership here and how it could benefit your business.

Want to learn more about how IBM Robotic Process Automation with Automation Anywhere can improve your performance? Join James Casey and Stu Leibowitz to learn about the “3 things you need to know about robotic process automation” in the webinar on November 15th, 2017 at 11 am EST.
















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November 8, 2017 at 02:57PM

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