Computing: The Importance of Automation and the Trends Driving it | Press Release

Computing: The Importance of Automation and the Trends Driving it

Posted on August 1, 2022 | Automation

In this video, Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director of Computing and Donnie MacColl, Senior Director of Technical Services at HelpSystems, explore the trends surrounding the current state of automation and discuss how to create a successful implementation strategy for fast ROI.

Originally published by Incisive Media

They cover: 

  • The different types of automation—robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence, machine learning, and hyper-automation—and how to determine the right fit for your needs
  • How to calculate the ROI of an RPA deployment and measure success
  • Real-life RPA success stories from Nationale-Nederlanden Spain and Carter Bank & Trust

Watch the full video here. 

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