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The Automation Autobahn: Beyond RPA with Intelligent Automation

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Transform NOW Podcast with Colin Redbond of Blue Prism and Eveline Oehrlich of Research In Action

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Accelerating Digital Transformation with Intelligent Automation

The global transformation to a digital infrastructure and digital business model has been accelerated due to the pandemic and will progress even further in 2021 and beyond. So, what’s next for intelligent automation?

In this podcast, hear the audio track from November's webinar featuring Eveline Oehrlich, Research Director at Research In Action and Colin Redbond, Senior Vice President of Emerging Technologies at Blue Prism. Eveline and Colin discuss the next innovations in intelligent automation and explore how transformation is happening at speed on the automation autobahn.

In this episode, get insights into:

  • The reality and challenges of adopting intelligent automation for the new ways of working
  • The future of intelligent automation and innovation

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