has moved beyond a tool for web giants and internet startups to something mainstream businesses should take seriously
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If there is one message that has resonated this year, it has been that organisations must ramp up innovation. This is not necessarily about doing something that is radically new.
Under normal circumstances, inefficient business processes are not given a priority, since people can simply fill in the bits of the process that are not working optimally.
But the lockdown changed working practices for millions of people, and office workers were unable to go into their usual place of work. Inefficient manual processes that relied on people to do the work IT is supposed to streamline needed to be automated.
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the trend to automate business processes and the use of () to discover new data insights. This trend is likely to continue throughtout 2021 as organisations strive to use to tackle the “low-hanging fruit” of inefficient processes where intelligent automation can deliver rapid business benefits. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 stories of 2020:
1. How is helping to drive business process optimisation
Automating an inefficient process simply leads to a faster inefficient process. Artificial intelligence needs to be deployed to ensure business processes are optimal.
2. Build 2020: Avoiding problems
It is early days for responsible , but Microsoft aims to help companies avoid problems and improve the performance and quality of applications.
3. An IT business boost in spite of spending review forecast
If there is something a CIO could do to enable the business to increase its earnings by 5%, everyone would listen. Research from McKinsey links to business earnings.
4. Fix bottlenecks before tackling business process automation
Business processes evolve over time, and intelligent automation requires a thorough assessment of what is not working optimally.
5. Cobots: From Robbie to Armar-6
In science fiction, robots work alongside people. Ocado Technology recently unveiled Armar-6, a that takes this concept a step closer to reality.
6. Adding intelligence to business process automation
is used to find hidden meaning in large datasets. What if an system could truly understand an end-to-end business process. What if an system could optimise a business process autonomously?
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