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Avasant Digital Forum: From Optimization to Automation: Achieving Business Value with Cloud
The pandemic has pushed the Healthcare industry to rapidly embrace Digital technologies to offer innovative solutions that are safe and secure. IT Spend in Healthcare companies is going up but more importantly it is driving technology modernization, use of platform-based services and innovative digital solutions. From leveraging AI for virtual patient care and member engagement to Hyper Automation for streamlining procurement, supply chains and claims administration.
Avasant Digital Forum: The Future of Financial Services: Enabling a Digital-First Bank
The digital transformation in banking has been ongoing for some time. Legacy banks face threats from digital native banks. Large banks have been shedding legacy systems to keep pace. Digitalization requires a solid foundation in the middle and the back office, with good business processes and data integration. And that is just table stakes for driving new and better analytics, a positive customer experience, and new products and services.
Avasant Digital Forum: The Rise of the Digital Workforce: Leveraging Automation for Enterprise Transformation
Automation has become a familiar tool in the enterprise environment, but it still invokes apprehensions in the organization. That is because many enterprises make mistakes during their automation efforts or don’t communicate the value to internal stakeholders. In truth, well-designed automation frees employees from the dullest part of their jobs, allowing them to be creative, strategic, and more value-added. The digital workforce of the near future will be one that works hand-in-hand (at least figuratively) with robots to create a more seamless operating environment.
Intelligent Automation Services 2020-2021 RadarView™
The Intelligent Automation Services 2020-2021 RadarView™ Report provides information to assist enterprises in charting their action plan for intelligent automation strategy. It identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can expedite their transformation journey. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading providers to assist enterprises in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 82-page report also highlights key industry trends in the intelligent automation space and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.
Intelligent Automation Tools 2020 RadarView™
The Intelligent Automation Tools 2020 RadarView™ report is designed to help enterprises identify the right tool vendor for implementing and scaling their automation engagement. It assesses the tool vendors basis their hyperautomation capabilities across the entire automation toolkit, flexibility in the pricing model, efforts to reduce TCO, maturity and scale of operations, and initiatives to increase citizen development and democratize RPA.
Intelligent Automation Tools 2019 RadarView™
The Intelligent Automation Tools 2019 RadarView™ report is aimed at informing enterprises about new developments in intelligent automation tools, best practices in this space, and Avasant's viewpoint on the future direction of the industry over the next 12 to 18 months. This also provides guidance to the enterprises around the existing tool vendor landscape as it shortlists 14 out of 25 vendors who have brought the most value to the market over the last 12 months. Accordingly, the tool vendors are judged on product maturity, enterprise adaptability, and innovation roadmap, and are recognized as Leaders, Innovators, Disruptors and Challengers in this report.
Intelligent Automation for Competitive Advantage
The next wave of automation is impacting human actions, from the improvement of mere human labor to the improvement of the thoughts and judgment. Automation is about a new age of human social evolution where human effort and the actions of machines integrate into a seamless process to drive business outcomes. Avasant’s Intelligent Automation for competitive advantage paper unveils five rules clients should address when planning, defining and executing Intelligent Automation strategies.
Self-Driving Cars and IT’s Automation Problem
Machine learning saves time and money, and it frees humans from tedious tasks. However, there is an interesting and little-discussed downside to automation—human reaction time. This research byte applies some early lessons learned with self-driving cars and applies them to the challenge of automation in the data center.