Robotic Process Automation: A primer
Our RPA Video Series is designed to help you understand RPA from basics to best practices. Get up to speed on this in-demand technology and start reaping the valuable benefits of enterprise automation today.
RPA 101: Getting started with Robotic Process Automation
Overwhelmed with how to get started with RPA? This introductory video covers the basics of what RPA is, how it’s used and how to drive the fastest ROI.
RPA & Customer Engagement
Robotic automation has the power to both improve customer experience and increase profitability. Learn about where and how to use RPA along the customer journey.
RPA adoption trends & insights across industries
RPA is a hot technology but is it right for your business? YES! Whether you’re a government agency, a telco, a bank or anything in between, RPA supports a diverse range of use cases.
Bots & The Future of Work
With the promise of AI making bots smarter, how do enterprises effectively manage this new fleet as part of their workforce?
How to incorporate software robots into your workforce
RPA is transforming how enterprise teams get work done from the back office to customer engagement. RBC Direct Investing and Fifth Third Bank share how to get started with RPA, what worked and what didn't, and how to drive continuous improvement.
Wild Wild West: Using a COE to Lasso Robotic Automation
Pega customers Bank of America, Florida Blue and Arvato Bertelsmann share lessons learned for implementing RPA and how a Center of Excellence (COE) approach can provide governance over robotic automation efforts.
A Perfect Match: Robotic Automation & BPM Automation
UnitedHealth Group’s business and technology teams dramatically improved their operational efficiencies by combining their RPA and BPM automation capabilities, resulting in the elimination of manual processing during claims adjudication and an annual cost savings of $7M.
What can RPA really do for your business?
RPA gets results, but it's only the beginning. For transformational outcomes, you'll need more than a few robots – you'll need one unified automation engine.