Posts by Joe Labbé

Most RPA Implementations Revolve Around Document Processing. Here Are the Five Most Common Ways Companies Are Doing It.

Most RPA Implementations Revolve Around Document Processing. Here Are the Five Most Common Ways Companies Are Doing It. By Joe Labbé on November 23, 2020 With all the hype around Robotic Process Automation, it’s helpful to remember that the vast majority of all the data running through RPA automations originates or terminates with a document.…

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Tales of Disruption: The SBA’s PPP Bot Ban

Tales of Disruption: The SBA’s PPP Bot Ban By Joe Labbé on May 12, 2020 The Small Business Administration (SBA) started accepting applications for the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) on April 3. Within fourteen days, the original $349 billion fund, as allocated by the U.S. Congress via the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act…

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Does Your RPA Vendor Allow You to Scale?

Does Your RPA Vendor Allow You to Scale? By Joe Labbé on April 16, 2020 One of the most contentiously debated topics related to RPA is its ability to scale. In order to answer the question, one must first define what scalability is. When we talk about RPA scaling, what exactly needs to scale, and…

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RPA Use Case: Lessening the State Sales Tax Filing Burden

RPA Use Case: Lessening the State Sales Tax Filing Burden By Joe Labbé on January 31, 2020 The only guarantees in life are death and taxes. While robots can’t do a whole lot about death (though robotic surgeons may beg to differ), RPA can ease the burden of that other life guarantee. Sorry folks, you…

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