The 7 things successful automation teams do to 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? By 2025 97% of business will have started using Automation By 2030, automation will drive

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

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

The 36 steps the AEIO YOU method

The underlying approach of the AEIO YOU method is to ensure you’re applying Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and intelligent automation to lean (aka streamlined and optimized) business processes. Using lean thinking you can achieve a much higher ROI from your new

RPA FAQs and some TLAs

What does RPA stand for and what does it do? Robotic Process Automation. This is low or no-code software that automates business processes by mimicking a human’s clicks and keystrokes on a computer screen. RPA works for almost any monotonous

Why AI means the end of ‘pure’ RPA

Interview with Process Excellence Network PEX Network: What is your working definition of ‘intelligent automation’? Antony Walker: RPA is dumb computer software doing manual tasks. Intelligent automation is combining things like RPA or BPM tools with some sort of artificial