Federal agencies are looking to integrate cutting edge technology into their processes. However, the government can’t easily make sweeping changes. There are layers of approval for each agency to ensure continued positive public service. That’s why robotic process automation (RPA) is ideal for the federal government.
The new AiFOIA Platform developed by Insystech makes the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) easily accessible for the task of processing freedom of information act requests.
We’ve done it again! Here is another top ten artificial (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) article wrapup. We’ve once again gathered some of the best articles we found over the past quarter (in no particular order) so they don’t get missed.
Coivd-19 has put pressure on every enterprise to adapt and overcome the new circumstances we currently face. Understanding how to grow in 2020 is one of the most pressing questions for many organizations. While everything is slowing or shutting down, the pressure to move faster hasn’t let up.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) delivers saving through efficiency, but another layer of cost-saving often goes unconsidered. RPA brings additional value through ensuring compliance. RPA is a rules-driven solution which makes it ideal for operating within regulations. Therefore, it is not at risk of making errors that end up costing organizations big in penalties.
If you have considered adopting robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions into your workflow, you have probably encountered a wide range of similar-sounding terms. If you are just beginning your integration, these terms can be a barrier because they are often technical or specific to a single provider.
RPA is, at its core, a non-intrusive means of quickly making a business process more efficient and accurate. This makes it a perfect solution for the Federal Government. So that’s why we’ve gathered some of the best examples of Federal Adoption we’ve seen because we believe RPA allows the government to focus their energy on higher-value tasks.
The huge potential of RPA has been seen across many data-driven industries since its inception as a technology. But for years now, practical applications have been limited. That’s because not every piece of data that could be put to use by a robot is readily available in the most straightforward formats. Some information has been […]
At Insystech we look for exceptional articles on what’s happening across the field of software solutions. We’ve gathered some of the best from this Quarter (in no particular order) so you can look back and use them as well! Click on the hyperlinked Title to navigate to the article. 1. Accenture’s CEO: 5 rules for […]
Once upon a time, machine learning (ML) only lived in the realm of the data scientist. Only they could make good use of the models and draw the data out of the complicated math. Then computational power skyrocketed, and it became possible to use machine learning to train the bots of robotic process automation (RPA).