Intelligent automation has a significant cross-organisational potential, enabling you to improve efficiency while building competitive advantages and improving customer satisfaction.
Robotics automation, web and self-service enablers, decision engines and artificial intelligence. This is where intelligent automation is headed. There are several ways for organisations to use intelligent automation. We cover the spectrum of dynamic digital front ends, advanced chatbots and scalable robotics process automation across client platforms.
Case examples include automation of complex case handling in public agencies, driving down IT development backlogs through effective and low-key robotics automation, and end-to-end automation of financial and regulatory reporting in the finance function.
We have proven that there are tangible business benefits to be found in the new technologies, enabling clients to transform their key business processes. However, the automation journey requires wider and enhanced digital skill sets.
At Implement Consulting Group, we focus on enabling our clients to take the journey of intelligent automation further by implementing training and capability building in our delivery, allowing our clients to maximise the benefits of new technology and process transformation both in the short term and the long term.
Our market-leading insight and hands-on approach allow us to combine the best of technology and process transformation within one intelligent automation solution that best meets your needs. Our delivery model is characterised by an on-site, agile and collaborative approach that ensures constant alignment and progress.
We regularly discuss the newest trends within software robotics, AI, machine Learning and how we can use agile methodology to deliver impact in our daily work. Recently, we started sharing our key insights on LinkedIn.
Dennis Larsen provides a sneak peak into how you can think about benefits realisation when you do automation projects.
Mads Meyer Jørgensen shared an Implement article on how digital front-ends allow for bringing humans in the loop in end-to-end process automation.
Thomas Winther offered his dogma about software robotics and emphasises that even working with high-end technologies is about people.
Marcus Lohmann-Devantier has authored an article on the powerful combination of chatbots and software robotics which is also shared on this site.
Niels Westergaard is passionate about bringing visual impact to his projects and has looked into how Power BI introduces real-time dashboards about your automation.
Dennis Larsen gives his take on how he utilises Implement’s well-proven Half Double methodology in his automation projects.
Jesper Bruun Hansen shared his excitement about BluePrism’s new AI marketplace: Digital exchange where Software Robotics meets Machine Learning.
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