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LSE on RPA: A Q&A with London School of Economics Professor Leslie Willcocks

For several months now London School of Economics (LSE) Professor of Technology Work and Globalization Leslie Willcocks and his colleague Mary Lacity, University of Missouri Curators’ professor and.

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Wall Street Journal on How RPA is Disrupting the Workforce

Automation, which uses algorithms and artificial intelligence to do tasks currently done by humans, has the power to reshape the IT services and business process outsourcing (BPO) landscape as we.

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Blue Prism to Hold Annual European User Group Meeting – June 25th in London

Blue Prism today announced the 2015 European User Group Meeting, taking place June 25 in London. Fifty five representatives from 25 client organizations across multiple industries will assemble to.

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What Knowledge Workers Stand to Gain from Automation - Harvard Business Review

50 years after Peter Drucker coined the term “Knowledge worker,” it is disappointing to realize how little time knowledge workers actually spend on higher-order thinking tasks. Despite impressive.

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London School of Economics Releases Second in Series of RPA Case Studies

Today, we are excited to share the second in a series of case studies from of the London School of Economics Outsourcing Unit. The results  showcase business technology and services provider Xchanging

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London School of Economics Releases First in a Series of RPA Case Studies

Today, we are excited to announce the release of the first of a five-part case study series examining the value of implementing RPA across business processes. The research, led by Leslie Willcocks,.

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How RPA is taking service providers to the next level

Today, we are excited to share the success story of our customer, Xchanging, which has implemented our robotic process automation technology into its core business processes. Adrian Guttridge,.

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Inside the virtual workforce: an army of software robots revolutionising enterprise innovation

Despite decades of investments in IT, knowledge work has been largely unaffected by productivity technologies up to this point. However, the landscape is quickly changing, due largely to the rise of.

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Robo Madness West: The Photos and Takeaways

Last week Blue Prism CEO Alastair Bathgate presented during a fireside chat at Xconomy’s Robo Madness event in Menlo Park, California. There he discussed the opportunities for robots in the white.

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The Goal Revisited – How the Theory of Constraints Applies to Robotic Process Automation

Or how automation without a plan and approach is a quick trip to chaos

Ian Barkin and David Brain, Symphony Ventures

In search of something new to say about the oncoming freight train that is Digital.

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