7 Compelling Questions on the Business of Robotic Process Automation

David BrainBlog

During the 2017 SIG Summit in Amelia Island, Florida, Symphony COO David Brain took aseries of questions from the live audience right before setting out on automating a process liveat the event. The topics ranged from business case inquiries to industry-wide observations. Have a look at how David answered the most pressing questions. 1. You suggest errors are usually a result ... Read More

What’s Next for Robotic Process Automation?

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Recently, HfS CEO Phil Fersht hosted Symphony CEO David Poole, UiPath COO Guy Kirkwood, and Genfour CTO Andrew Rayner for a discussion on what we could expect to see in the automation industry as RPA technology matures. They discussed topics ranging from the fate of BPO providers to the emergence and evolution of Robotic BPO. Here are some tidbits of ... Read More

Be Intelligent About Intelligent Automation

Pascal BakerBlog

Business goals act as the compass for your Future of Work journey. They come in various forms, covering global or area-specific processes, with either short or long term scopes. Either way, a good understanding of your business plan assists in setting targeted goals that maximize the benefits of tools like RPA. 7 Common Business GoalsSo, what is it you want ... Read More

Symphony & The Hackett Group Announce Global Partnership to Enable Enterprise Digital Transformation

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Symphony and The Hackett Group have announced a global partnership that will enable enterprise digital transformation by integrating The Hackett Group’s best practices and research data with Symphony’s strategic and technical capabilities in robotics and intelligent automation. The partnership is expected to offer clients the ability to further improve the ROI of their Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Intelligent Automation and other ... Read More

RPA Technical Insights, Part 7: Selecting the Right Code Structure for Process Design

David BrainBlog

An RPA tool’s architecture can often affect usability and the direction of development. Different tools take different approaches to designing and constructing automations. These approaches can have a significant impact on the effectiveness and resilience of the solution and the speed of implementation. Knowing the differences between the two approaches will help you chose the tool that is right for ... Read More

Is RPA the Tool of Old Plant Managers Who Haven’t Died Yet?

Ian BarkinBlog

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of hosting an automation panel at the Chicago OAISS event, hosted by IRPA. On the panel were David Brain from Symphony Ventures, A.J. Hanna from Ascension Health Ministry Service Center, and Adam Devine from WorkFusion. To these distinguished panelists, I posed the following question: “Is Robotic Process Automation the tool of old ... Read More