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We recently hosted a webinar on how to set yourself up for effective automation in 2017. Watch the video to learn about the benefits of automation and what you can do with HelpSystems automation solutions.
An effective automation strategy requires a comprehensive platform that integrates business processes across the entire enterprise. Learn how AutoMate’s enterprise-class solutions can help you streamline operations and make better and faster strategic decisions.
Business process automation can automate all the steps of your manual processes—but is that always the best choice?
In a recent webinar we discussed how robotic process automation can overcome existing inefficiencies. Watch the webinar and read about two examples.
Using triggers is key to your event-driven automation strategy. Learn about the triggers available in AutoMate and AutoMate BPA Server.
Our webinar attendees ask lots of great questions about automating business processes. Here are some recent ones with answers from our experts.
These nine videos will give you new ideas for how to get started automating your business with AutoMate—or how to expand the automation strategy you have in place.
The New Automation Strategy: A Unified Approach to Job Scheduling and Process Automation (On-Demand Webinar)
These days IT departments are responsible for automating processes and applications across every department in the organization. Find out how to leverage automation solutions from HelpSystems to easily consolidate your automation.
Robotic process automation software is the next generation of business automation solutions. Find out why your business might need a robot helper in the form of RPA.
A recent HelpSystems webinar shared insights on common problems businesses face managing data, and how to solve those issues. The video of the webinar is now available.
Automation is often seen as strictly a tool for large corporations. Small business owners and employees tend to believe that a more hands-on approach to managing business processes is simpler. After all, they’ve always done things this way, so why would they need to change? The truth is, failing to automate business processes can hinder a small company’s growth, whereas implementing business process automation software gives the company the edge they need to expand and to compete with larger enterprises.
You’ve heard all about business process automation and how it can save enterprises time and money. But how do you know if your business has a need for BPA software? There’s really no limit to the benefits that business process automation can bring to your company, but there are a few things that come up especially often. Here are six common problems you might be facing that can easily be solved with the right automation tool.
Every enterprise is a system of interrelated processes. As the business expands, these processes grow in quantity and complexity--and sometimes it gets messy. Adding new employees or departments makes communication challenging and information isn’t always shared with the people who need it. New applications are implemented while legacy systems are still in place. Meanwhile, executives are still looking for more ways to reduce overhead and continue growing the company. Business process automation exists to streamline your processes and reduce the complexity of managing them all simultaneously.
Software automation has become a central part of enforcing HIPAA compliance and other standards, and tech-savvy healthcare organizations have already automated core business processes.
The 451 Research Take: NAI has made strong commitments to the evolution of its AutoMate platform. It continues to be enhanced with capabilities that make it easier to automate the various tasks and activities required of IT professionals to deploy systems and execute business processes. In all respects, NAI seems happy to be a lifestyle company, averting investment suitors and growing organically at its own pace.
CIOs must be both, tech and business savvy, to get ahead in the digital world. Automation can help.
Virtualization technologies came in at the right time to fill a demand most companies were facing: pressure to manage and mine data while faced with IT budgets that were remaining flat. And for this, virtualization enabled organizations to increase availability while holding down costs. Below, Alyssa Wood of Search Virtual Desktop tackles some of the biggest head-scratchers facing virtual desktop infrastructure admins to help you get things straight.
As the lines between business and IT processes continue to blur, both sides need tools that allow them to collaborate in creating effective new workflow processes.
Working with variables can ease the amount of work required for a task, but when using variables it is important to stay organized. Here are some good tips to consider.
With the zombie apocalypse approaching, Network Automation has outlined the top ways automation can save you time to concentrate on more important things—like killing zombies.