RPA

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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Bot Tables: New RPA Automations Require New Data Stores

Bot Tables: New RPA Automations Require New Data Stores By Joe Labbé on March 16, 2020 Last week, we released a great case study that chronicled an RPA automation we built for ECi Defense Group. Prior to the automation’s implementation, ECi staffers manually downloaded government-generated solicitations for goods and services, reviewed them, and assigned them…

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How Digital Transformation Can Benefit These 2 Key Departments

How Digital Transformation Can Benefit These 2 Key Departments By Tori Cameron on February 14, 2020 Unless you work in the content management space, there’s a fair chance you may be unfamiliar with the concept of “digital transformation”—or at least as it pertains to the management of an organization’s content. You might be tempted to…

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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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RPA Projects: Roles and Responsibilities

RPA Projects: Roles and Responsibilities By Joe Labbe on December 5, 2019 There’s no doubt that RPA is a liberating technology. Liberating in the sense that RPA allows users to automate existing manual processes. RPA is truly a step forward. However, despite RPA’s ability to bridge the integration digital divide, it is by no means…

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RPA Has A Partner Channel Problem

RPA Has A Partner Channel Problem By Joe Labbe on November 4, 2019 Today, during a call with a new KnowledgeLake partner, the person with whom I was speaking said, “Seems like we partnered up with you at the right time. You must be pretty happy about the UiPath stumble.” I must admit, when I…

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