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Watch this recorded webinar to learn the advanced IBM i (iSeries, AS/400) job management techniques in the Robot scheduling software that deliver measurable ROI.
With so many organizations depending on AIX day to day, data on its usage is of great importance to technology experts, particularly in the areas of security, long term roadmaps, and new regulatory requirements.
In Q4 2019, 200 IT professionals across more than 11 industries in North America, EMEA, Latin America, and the APAC region participated in the AIX Community Survey. Results, data, and insights from this survey will be discussed in this report.
Watch this example of robotic process automation (RPA) in action and see how you can automatically send employees a COVID-19 wellness survey and track company-wide results.
Scripting provides a powerful platform to automate simple tasks, but overusing custom scripts is hazardous for your business.
Here are five tips from Tom Huntington on how best to move your IBM i automation project along the path to success.
Don’t let fear of the unknown decide your fate. Familiarize yourself with the facts about automation before you spend another minute on manual AS400 operations.
Robot has a reputation for providing high-quality systems management software and backing it up with great support. These additional benefits can help you justify the cost of automation at your company.
Whether it’s staffing, budget, or complexity, we’ve heard all the excuses to forgo automation. The next time you hear—or find yourself making—an excuse, have the response ready.
As areas of the business that support multiple departments and are involved in vital business processes, shared services groups tend to have a lot on their plates. Robotic process automation (RPA) has the capability to offload tedious, time-consuming tasks like data entry, invoice processing, and account creation to bots.
Businesses today have the opportunity to start a digital transformation initiative and see real change in their efficiency and effectiveness. While a number of tools are needed to completely transform your organization, RPA can be used in multiple different ways to achieve change.
Banks all around the world have important regulations with which they need to comply. Robotic process automation (RPA) can help mitigate some of the pains of compliance and auditing.
Watch our on-demand webinar to see for yourself how Carter Bank & Trust automated over 75 manual tasks and saw rapid success with RPA.
You need a backup strategy to test your company’s disaster recovery plan and, despite its reputation for reliability, administrators still need to back up their IBM i. A sound backup strategy should also restore individual user objects to account for human error.
When is the right time to rely on an Option 21 save and when should I turn to an enterprise-class solution like BRMS or Robot Save? Read on to find out.
Banks around the world are turning to RPA to increase efficiency, improve auditing and reporting, and deliver a better customer experience. Here are 8 of the top RPA use cases in banking.
HelpSystems announced today that its sixth annual IBM i Marketplace Survey Results demonstrate IT professionals’ unwavering reliance on this technology mainstay when it comes to supporting critical business functions.
Watch this example of automated data scraping through robotic process automation to see how you can use RPA to streamline your data entry processes.
RPA has so many benefits, but when your RPA bots are working with customer data, financial information, or employee information, it’s essential to have RPA security best practices in place.
AS/400, iSeries, IBM Power Systems—by any name, IBM i has stood the test of time. This proven technology continues to serve the needs of changing data centers around the world, but can its secrets of past success teach us what to expect next?