7 steps to implementing RPA at scale

By 2030, automation will drive 75 to 375 million people to reskill and evenchange occupation – do you agree it’s time to upskill your workforce? The 7 stages of implementing automation in your business: The AEIO YOU methodology   This

4 Steps to building a Tech-Savvy workforce

By 2030, automation will drive 75 to 375 million people to reskill and evenchange occupation – do you agree it’s time to upskill your workforce? ”Empowered teams transform businesses” If you’re a business leader, the COO or transformation director keen

What does the future hold of Manufacturing?

Skills shortages, demand forecasting and inventory management are still some of the toughest challenges in manufacturing today. But can a digital workforce help solve some of these pains? Skill shortage 81% of leaders in manufacturing surveyed in a report by

Automating supply chains and logistics

Did you know, T&L businesses have more untapped automation value than most other businesses? Supply chain: “A supply chain is a network between a company and its suppliers to produce and distribute a specific product to the final buyer” [1]

RPA’s biggest myth is also our biggest concern

“Bots will take all our jobs.” Job loss is by far the biggest fear in companies to date. Understandably no one wants to feel like their job is at risk; I had even read in the news how analysts were

Overcoming the 5 key mistakes and 3 root causes of Automation and AI

…that are causing teams 99 problems to digitally transform “Transformation is a process, not an event” – John Kotter If you’ve been involved with change management you most likely would have heard of these words – which are from the

Top challenges your RPA team have/will face, and how to overcome them

When starting your RPA and intelligent automation journey your team will inevitably come across some or most likely all of these challenges – let’s discuss how to overcome them, and potentially minimise the chance of them arising Missing or unavailable

So you want to identify the business processes/areas that are very suitable for RPA?

There are departments in your business crying out for automation, that are full of manually intensive computer-based processes, with staff doing boring, monotonous tasks. Look for teams with high attrition rates, highly frustrated employees, and large backlogs of back-office work.  You’re

Types of common departmental processes that you can automate right now:

Many companies, in fact, there are whole industries still hesitant to invest in process automation with RPA and AI. Perhaps your traps in a slow behemoth organization that hasn’t quite worked out to fit automation into the overall strategy and

Are you an Early adopter?

This adoption curve (a.k.a. the Rogers’ bell curve) shows the general distribution of when people and businesses start to adopt a new technology. Change and the unknown is scary to humans, and so when something is brand new, be that