In this month’s contribution to WIRED Innovation Insights, Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon discusses ‘when robots beam down from the cloud,’ or in other words, how software robotics can be utilized.
Robots have long been perceived as “machines of the future,” taking on tasks that people don’t want to do or assignments deemed nearly impossible. While most people consider these machines out of.
In this month’s contribution to WIRED’s Innovation Insights, Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon offers his perspective on software robotics and how they will impact the workforce of the future. Jason.
When people think of robots, most visualize Rosie from “The Jetsons.” However, what many fail to realize is that robots come in different forms, including hardware and software. While software robots.
This week, Blue Prism CMO Pat Geary and CEO Alastair Bathgate will discuss software robots and the value of enterprise RPA at two leading global services and outsourcing conferences.
Diginomica reporter Dan Howlett discusses CEO of Horses for Sources (HfS) Phil Fersht’s notion that outsourcing organizations are moving toward a “zombie state.”According to Fersht, outsourcing.
In this month’s contribution to WIRED’s Innovation Insights, Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon shares his definition of a robot. Jason explains that a “robot” is anything that can mimic human tasks –.
In his October contribution to WIRED’s Innovation Insights, Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon explains how organization can leverage robotic process automation (RPA) to become more efficient and cost.
Blue Prism is pleased to announce that ENOVATION, an international information and communication technologies company, has expanded its deployment of Blue Prism’s robotic process automation (RPA).