Intelligent Automation New Orleans: Attendee profile report

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Despite the hype of automation, the majority of organizations still remain skeptical about the number of business processes ripe for automating new research finds 

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Did you know that almost 70 per cent of executives believe that 40 per cent or less of business processes are actually able to be automated or partially automated? 

In the lead up to Intelligent Automation New Orleans 2017, attendee profile research has revelaed some surprising trends in the automation sector. 

Practitioners in various stages of IA implementation were asked about the challenges they are faced with and how they are planning to improve or upgrade their technology in the next 12 months.

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With a focus on the value-adding potential for FTE workers and the security risks and concerns faced by organizations embracing IA, the research delivers a valuable picture of the current state of intelligent automation in a variety of sectors globally.  

Download the report today to learn more about the state of the industry, the potential for IA in 2018, and how you can get involed in Intelligent Automation New Orleans 2017. 

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