Intelligent Automation Nordics Blog
Why use the Bizcon RPA Methodology? Because there is a need for it! Many companies have been struggling with identifying suitable business process candidates for automation and many automation projects have failed to demonstrate the projected ROI. Time after time this is proven by industry surveys mentioning that Robotic Process Automation (RPA) projects are facing problems due to lack of business process understanding and a lack of business process standardization.
Intelligent automation has the ability to completely change the dynamic of a business and usually for the better. We surveyed over 150 senior intelligent automation executives to learn more about what is driving industry leaders to implement intelligent automation across their organisation.
Starting a journey in robotics can be a big investment, but it doesn’t have to be. Telia have implemented a $60 bot that has yielded €5 million in savings for the company in just one year. With a huge opportunity available to organisations with smaller budgets and limited resources, we spoke to Jarno Kekäläinen about the $60 bot.
Independent Consultant and Intelligent Automation Nordics advisory board member, Stine Høiberg Rasmussen, joined us to speak about RPA from her point of view, touching upon its current state, the challenges the tool currently faces and how these challenges can be resolved in the future.For the past three years, she has been educating both herself and the companies she works with on leveraging the potentials of tools like robotic automation.
The future of Robotic Process Automation is a huge topic for businesses across the globe and whilst it looks like RPA is here to stay, there are developments on the horizon. We spoke to industry insiders from Equinor, KLP and Danske Bank to gather an insight into what business leaders are predicting and saying about the future of the traditional RPA tool.
Mature companies across the Nordic region are beginning to shift their technological focus from RPA tools to AI. We spoke with Alexander Hübel, the current head of Ericsson’s Global Automation and AI transformation team about their own automation journey and how the organization is going to press towards becoming an increasingly automated business.
Four Nordic-based automation experts look upon their personal experiences to share their best practices for successfully introducing these technologies into the workflow.
The use and development of Artificial Intelligence is spreading rapidly across the globe and is beginning to have a vast impact in the Nordics. Although the benefits of AI are widely discussed, many organizations lack an understanding of exactly what AI is and how they can begin to use it.
With companies across the Noridcs perfecting their RPA and automation processes, organizations are looking towards the next big IA technology. It seems the future of IA is centred on Artificial Intelligence. We spoke to Anne Håkansson, a Senior Lecturer at KTH, about the future of AI.
Year on year, Nordic companies are developing new Intelligent Automation (IA) initiatives to enhance their business processes and efficiency. We spoke to two industry experts, Dominik Jaskulski from Lufthansa GBS and Mattias Fras from Nordea, about the automation initiatives they’re currently implementing and what direction they hope to take in the near future.
Intelligent automation technologies in the Nordic region are being developed and adopted by industries at a rapid pace. The most advanced Nordic countries have several years of experience with automation. They are now looking at combining this with AI technologies such as predictive analytics or natural language processing.
Digital Experience and consumer services have become part of every day life, and not only for digital natives. The pace of digital transformation is increasing rapidly across the globe but many businesses are still ill-equipped to meet with the expectations of their digitally-minded customers. Lukas Hebeisen outlines how Digital Transformation can be of benefit for document and information management in corporations.
Robotic Process Automation are robots that allow enterprises to automate repetitive, mundane tasks that were once undertaken by a human workforce. Implementing this technology frees the workforce to work on more strategic tasks and is set to completely evolve the current business landscape.
Nykredit is one of Denmark’s leading financial services organizations. We spoke to Margit Møller, the Portfolio Manager for the Robotic Pipeline at Nykredit, who gives us an insight into the unique challenges and advantages of implementing RPA in a Nordic organization.
According to the European Commission’s 2018 Digital Index, the Nordic region is currently at the forefront of digitization across the EU. Whilst the Nordics are highly digitized, global technological advancements have become centered more closely on Intelligent Automation.
The use of Robotic Process Automation is continuing to grow across the Nordics with many organizations beginning to enter the implementation phase of automation. Speaking to a Global company, like ENGIE, who have mature robotics established within their organization can help direct Nordic companies on their new robotic automation ventures.
Over the past few years, Robotic Process Automation has surpassed its reputation as just another buzzword to become a reality for businesses in a myriad of industries. Here, we break down purpose, benefits and applications of this increasingly popular technology.