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Blue Prism Executive Interview

Blue Prism CEO Alastair Bathgate explains what a software robot is and why this technology has come to the fore so prominently in recent months. He describes the competitive landscape in the field of robotic process automation and Blue Prim’s differentiators in this arena. He explains the company’s business model, why it enables the company to enjoy an exceptionally high contribution of licensing revenue and why cash collection leads revenue recognition. He also highlights what he believes investors should look for in Blue Prism’s first year following its IPO.

Blue Prism IPO and AIM listing

Blue Prism CEO, Alastair Bathgate, discusses Blue Prism’s successful IPO and listing on AIM.

Learn more about Blue Prism and the benefits of RPA

Engie RPA

Engie RPA

Find out how Engie have implemented  Blue Prism’s RPA to become a more efficient and more accurate organization.

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Gaining Productivity with RPA – the Latest Research

See the replay of the latest webinar featuring:
– Sarah Burnett, VP Everest Group
– Professor Leslie Willcocks, London School of Economics
– Professor Mary Lacity, University of Missouri, St. Louis

Dave Moss, CTO and Co-founder delivers TEDx talk on Robotic Process Automation

We are all familiar with physical, industrial robots, but what about robots that work in offices? In fact, they are already taking up posts around the world alongside their human counterparts.

Prof Willcocks on the future of work: Part 1

In a new video for the London School of Economics, Professor of Technology Work and Globalization Leslie Willcocks introduces his research on the future of work and the benefits associated with robotic process automation (RPA) across industries.

New frontiers for Robotic Automation

Robotic Automation has revolutionized manufacturing, delivering efficiency and providing high quality products for consumers. This video explores how robotic automation is moving into other industries and in particular the back office of the services industry.

Introduction to Blue Prism Robotic Automation software platform

Dave Moss, CTO and Co-founder of Blue Prism introduces the Blue Prism Robotic Automation Software Platform and explains how the technology is used by accredited operational business teams to rapidly and cost effectively build their own process automations to support ever changing business initiatives and operational demands, within an IT governed framework.

Robotic Automation – What next for BPO’s?

Richard Jones, Chairman of Proxima and veteran of the BPO industry, discusses how Robotic Automation could drive the next generation of BPO’s. Richard outlines his view that unless BPO’s embrace this new approach to automation they could get left behind in this very competitive market.

Why Blue Prism? – A customer perspective

Blue Prism customers explain how they are implementing “Business Self Service” process automation technology, delivered within an IT managed framework, to create a “Virtual Back Office”. They discuss the benefits realised through robotic automation, including improved operational agility, process efficiency, accuracy, capacity and improved customer service.

Blue Prism in the NHS – A customer and partner perspective

Steve Chilton, IS Director of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, explains how Blue Prism’s robotic automation technology has enabled the Trust to develop new applications and process automations without worrying about connectivity to the underlying Patient Administration System.

Operational Agility Forum – Meeting V

Highlights from the fifth meeting of the Operational Agility Forum. Leading industry attendees meet at Canary Wharf London to discuss how to increase operational agility through “business self service” process automation.

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Last updated: Mar 17, 2016 @ 3:07 pm