Digital Transformation

By harnessing the innovation and power of new generation technologies, organisations are well on the way to integrating digital technology and competencies to drive improved and high value customer experiences and as a means of transforming the foundation of their business. They are challenged to improve business processes, drive cultural change, deliver value and develop new capabilities and business models for the future enterprise. In this competitive and economic reality, most industries will be disrupted, and actionable intelligence and its’ use is will be the new currency of the future enterprise.

Digital Workforce

The new state of the digital economy necessitates the workplace integration of physical workers with software “bots” in order to meet competitive and business imperatives in what has become a fast moving and time critical business environment.

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Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

As one of the technologies that started the drive for digital transformation, the focussed use of Robotics Process Automation (RPA) has provided substantial reductions in headcount in many of the early adopters, most notably, in the highly repetitive, manual and labour cost-intensive business processes.

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Cognitive Computing

You have your RPA working well. Now you want the bots to apply some human style thinking to their work. Essentially, Cognitive Computing is the process of simulating human thought processes within the virtual model (bot). Your Smart Phone is an example of this. So is IBM Watson.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence refers to intelligence based decisioning by machines / software bots. These applied technologies are becoming a foundation for business growth across multiple industries. They feature sub technologies including Data Mining, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and others.

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Partners

We work with many technology providers in each of the above-mentioned disciplines. We are not aligned to any particular technology, but we do partner with vendors who we consider to be leaders in their respective disciplines.

We are certified in Automation Anywhere Digital Workforce (www.automationanywhere.com) platform and are currently working with other vendors to achieve similar certification.

Consulting Services

We offer a varied range of Advisory and Consulting Services to assist and drive your Digital Transformation journey. Learn more here.

Digital Workforce

The new state of the digital economy necessitates the workplace integration of physical workers with software “bots” in order to meet competitive and business imperatives in what has become a fast moving and time critical business environment.

Effective development of the Digital Workforce strategy should provide a mutually beneficial environment. Disruption will take place; new business models will define improved value creation for customers and real time business intellect will become the de-facto standard. Are you ready?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

As one of the technologies that started the drive for digital transformation, the focussed use of Robotics Process Automation (RPA) has provided substantial reductions in headcount in many of the early adopters, most notably, in the highly repetitive, manual and labour cost-intensive business processes.

The application of these software “bots” or “virtual FTE’s”, allows reassignment of resources to other activities. It also enables the optimisation and creation of new business initiatives with processes focused on RPA as the delivery mechanism.

Cognitive Computing

You have your RPA working well. Now you want the bots to apply some human style thinking to their work. Essentially, Cognitive Computing is the process of simulating human thought processes within the virtual model (bot). Your Smart Phone is an example of this. So is IBM Watson.

It is a natural extension of RPA and opens enormous opportunities for expanding the automation footprint. There is a general consensus that this will be the lead technology that will transform how we work and live in the future. Have you thought about using it?

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence refers to intelligence based decisioning by machines / software bots. These applied technologies are becoming a foundation for business growth across multiple industries. They feature sub technologies including Data Mining, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and others.

While in reality, we are early in the adoption of AI in business, most currently deployed AI is focused on domain specific needs, for example implementing processes to take care of simple decisioning including calculating insurance policy payment details, credit worthiness and probability scoring. It is true that are concerns about how the future of artificial intelligence – in the business and social application – will pan out, however, in truth, it is technology that is currently used in companies across all industries including the IoT (Internet of Things), home communication devices, industry robots, autonomous vehicles & drones, personal digital assistants and more. It will become pervasive. What is your strategy? What are you doing?

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