What is at the Heart of the "Robots Revolution"?

Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence have become top strategic priorities for business executives around the globe.

Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence have become top strategic priorities for business executives around the globe.


As with any new trend, however, it's been exposed to considerable hype, making it difficult for executives to decipher how they can use automation to increase efficiency, and decrease costs.

In conjunction with the RPA and Artificial Intelligence Summit taking place in London on November 30 to December 2, The State of Robotic Process Automation and Artificial Intelligence report provides the necessary direction to make this new, unexplored space navigable. Using data from the organisation's extensive network of leading companies (SSON and PEX Network), the report analyses their position in the automation landscape, processes planned to be automated, general trends, and how practitioners are looking to invest in the near future.

The report can be downloaded for free here

As this report shows, society might not currently be at the peril of walking; talking robots, but it's set to reshape the enterprise in ways which were previously unimaginable.

The RPA and Artificial Intelligence Summit brings the world's leading companies together, including Lufthansa, Credit Suisse and Citi, to debate the industry's direction. You can check out the event's agenda here

The RPA and Artificial Intelligence Summit takes place from 30th November - 2nd December, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. Find the program, event details and registration information about the forum on http://www.rpaandaisummit.com , phone +44(0)207-368-9809 or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk

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