It is all about connection and people – both internal teams and customers.
That was the clear message at a recent InsurTech webinar where a great panel from the New Zealand insurance market discussed the need for resilience, new operating models and automation in the world of insurance – and how their companies have adapted and plan to continue to evolve moving forward.
The reality is automation is now needed more than ever before.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forever altered our world. And the changes to businesses are dramatic. We’ve seen New Zealand’s economy shut down for more than a month as we fight to gain the upper hand over this virus. I’ve been pondering ‘How can automation support businesses, accelerate our recovery – and provide more resilience to handle future events like this?
Robots to the fore – Key insights for New Zealand Business into RPA in 2019
From making artificial intelligence a business reality to closer ties to human colleagues, robotic process automation is gearing up for a strong 2019
Humans will be robots will be forging stronger ties this year as Robotic Process Automation (RPA) move further into the Kiwi business landscape. As the year firmly gets underway, Garry Green, Managing Director for Quanton shares what he believes will be the four biggest trends for Process Automation this year.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) have become two of the most hyped technologies of the year and for many, there’s confusion around how they differ from Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
There’s certainly plenty of overlap - RPA can include ML or AI. But there are also distinctly unique with significant differences and despite the hype around AI, much bigger strides are being made with automation technologies such as RPA. More importantly RPA will be a critical platform to help organisations prepare for the benefits of AI and ML. We hit this topic in an exclusive podcast below and we're looking forward to hearing Professor Willcocks get into the details at our exclusive event on November 29th.
We’ve all seen the headlines: The robots are coming to steal our jobs! It’s a great story for the sake of headlines, but recently we’ve seen three major studies which show that, in fact, robotic automation will lead to job gains.
The robots are coming... and if we get it right, they will bring with them new and interesting jobs and the end of mundane, repetitive tasks.