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Business Process Management Software (5 Options)

Business process management software is a type of application that helps organizations manage and automate their business processes as they strive toward operational excellence. There are many different types of BPM software on the market, each with its own set of features and capabilities. In this guide, we will break down five potential options to consider.


Robotic Process Automation better monitored with Serverless360 BAM

The critical use case for BAM is to provide a simplified business-friendly view of the integrated processes that are key to your business. In business today, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a trending technology. While it has been around for quite a long time, it has gained a significant boost in popularity alongside the popularity of citizen developer and maker use cases.


Monitoring RPA Deployments With Splunk

When you first hear “Robotic Process Automation” (RPA) you might immediately think of a manufacturing line with a series of physical robots each doing their part to build something. RPA is SO much more than that! The “bot” in this sense is an AI powered piece of software that can interface with any system you run today just as a human would.


SAP hyperautomation: SAP and the future of robotic process automation

In a post COVID landscape, the business world is increasingly focusing its attention towards task automation and digital first processes to allow them to save time, money and valuable business resources. As one of the key technology trends of 2022, hyperautomation is quickly becoming the main way organizations are achieving these goals.


Why do Telcom companies need Robotic Process Automation or RPA? What are the different types in RPA and how can they be used to achieve digital transformation?

Despite the fact that the telecom industry is constantly growing, it has been struggling to provide cutting-edge user experiences and meet the growing demands of operational agility. Telecom companies are constantly seeking for better viable choices to reduce operational expenses, increase agility, and improve efficiency. This is where emerging technologies like Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be extremely helpful.


RPA vs. ITPA - What's the Difference?

The promise of robots integrating into our everyday lives has long been on the minds of forward-thinkers and visionaries. Perhaps none were quite as bold in their future predictions as American chemist and Nobel Laureate Glenn T. Seaborg, who envisioned a 21st century in which every home would not only have its own robot, but also an intelligent species of animals that could help with household chores.