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The Challenge of Scale: Orchestrating Intelligent Automation, Part 4 of 4

AJ Hanna & David Rombough November 04, 2019Blog

In our first three posts of this series, we’ve established how to describe scale, why to avoid shiny objects (aka quick wins), and the key attributes that make for an environment where scale can be effectively enabled. In our final post of the series, we’re putting it all together.

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The Challenge of Scale: Common Attributes & Capabilities Among Successfully Scaled Programs, Part 3 of 4

AJ Hanna & David Rombough October 25, 2019Blog

Our first two posts in The Challenge of Scale series (Understanding Deep vs. Wide & Beware the Quick Win Syndrome) help explain why scaling is so difficult. But now, we’d like to turn our focus to those attributes that are inherent to an automation program that is ready to scale. We’ll also ...

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The Challenge of Scale: Beware the Quick Win Syndrome, Part 2 of 4

AJ Hanna & David Rombough October 18, 2019Blog

One of the greatest advantages of RPA is its ability to provide value in a relatively short period of time, as compared to custom coding and other technologies. It has certainly been one of - if not THE - major selling points for the software. And while speed-to-value is a key driver, it is ...

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The Challenge of Scale: Understanding a Deep vs. Wide Approach, Part 1 of 4

AJ Hanna & David Rombough October 10, 2019Blog
 

Over the past year we’ve seen a significant shift in market as organizations deal with two conflicting realities:

  1. The underlying technology of intelligent automation (IA) is a proven commodity precluding the need for pilots and proofs-of-concept (POC)
  2. The vast majority of IA programs have ...
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