12/01/2018

    KIIDs Recognition: a real case of computer vision application in RPA

    Although the new 2018 appears to be the year of the Artificial Intelligence arrival in the RPA world, we honestly cannot say that there are many cases of real application or concrete examples of robots that demonstrate such usage in routines. There is still a long way to go for […]
    07/12/2017

    Multi-OS RPA automation: do your robots run on any operating system?

    Before Internet, streaming TV, mobile phones and virtual assistants, before all those things you know and use every day, I was already programming. I started at a very young age, since the day I became aware of the fact that a computer does just what you tell it to do. […]
    14/11/2017

    Cobots: cooperation between robots and humans

    Software robots and people seem to be adversaries competing for work, or at least this is the perception when inexperienced RPA teams approach a company or department automation. When it comes to set-up the automation initiative, it is usual to separate processes into two groups: those executed by software robots […]
    03/11/2017

    Talent vs. RPA: real enemies?

    Speaking recently to a large RPA consulting company director, one of the main fears of any manager in our sector came up: talent retention. He recognized his difficulties in attracting good technologists to RPA projects, “and when I get the right team at the right efficiency level, the most talented […]
    26/09/2017

    The Design Centric RPA Approach

    Having been in the RPA universe for some time now, we have witnessed the proliferation of solutions whose value proposition lies in providing the users with tools that automate processes with a “DIY” (Do It Yourself) approach, enabling people to build their own software robots. The idea behind these solutions […]