Research from Dr. John Hindle and Dr. Leslie Willcocks reveals an interesting future for RPA—one where Digital Workers are capable of self-learning and continuous improvement, supporting and working alongside human professionals. Leading companies are planning for the future using imagination and innovation.
One forward-thinking company offers an inexpensive, fast and attractive “Rent-a-Robot” service based on a connected-RPA platform. Multi-skilled Digital Workers arrive pre-trained on a wide variety of key financial processes– with no upfront cost, full maintenance and retraining.
Download the whitepaper for more innovative examples and a thought-provoking interview with Blue Prism’s resident futurist, Chieng Moua who discusses creative intelligence and the Digital Workforce.
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