Posts Tagged ‘RPA’

Do We Really Want to Automate the Junk Too?

Do We Really Want to Automate the Junk Too? By Joe Labbe on September 18, 2019 One of the most appealing parts of our RPA pitch is how RPA can be used to automate processes “as they currently exist.” Meaning that RPA can automate any process without requiring modifications to the process itself, changes to…

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SPTechCon Boston 2019: A KnowledgeLake Preview

SPTechCon Boston 2019: A KnowledgeLake Preview By Tori Cameron on August 22, 2019 Will we see you in Boston? Next week, Boston will hold the annual SPTechCon. SPTechCon is always a great chance to learn SharePoint and Office365 best practices from knowledgeable experts. This year, KnowledgeLake’s very own Aaron Cutler will be among the experts…

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RPA: Hedging A Good Economy

RPA: Hedging A Good Economy By KnowledgeLake on August 2, 2019 For years, the conversations we’ve had with prospects about the promise of RPA often boiled down to the usual list of benefits: Increased productivity in transactional content processing flow Cost reductions Improved accuracy Tighter security However, as the US economy kicks into overdrive and…

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What’s the Difference Between Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence?

What’s the Difference Between Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence? By Tori Cameron on July 17, 2019 It’s easy to get robotic process automation (RPA), machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI) mixed up—especially when people use them interchangeably. It can be confusing to differentiate between the three when they’re flying around in…

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We Use Robots Every Day in Our Personal Lives—Why Not at Work?

We Use Robots Every Day in Our Personal Lives—Why Not at Work? By Jason Burian on July 1, 2019 First, What RPA is Not Robotic process automation (RPA). That’s some term, huh? Isaac Asimov, pictures of automobile assembly lines, and fields of people being harvested in the Matrix come to mind. Before we descend into…

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