The robots are coming! Now is the time to embrace technological advances that are accelerating the process of replacing people with robotics and automation. It’s not about removing humans from the workplace, but rather enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.
Looking to move ahead of the competition? Then it’s time to embrace the latest technological developments, and in particular artificial intelligence (AI). Brickendon Senior Manager Evangelos Tzimopoulos looks at how embracing AI can help you differentiate yourself from your peers and gain first-mover advantage in today’s highly competitive business environment.
You need to innovate, disrupt and adapt if you want to be successful in 2019, according to Brickendon’s expert consultants. Read on to find out why AI, machine learning, data analytics and Brexit are so important to the future of the financial services sector.
Is it time for the financial services sector to embrace robots? Brickendon’s Datikashvili talks to The European
Brickendon’s Director and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) expert Iya Datikashvili features in the latest edition of The European discussing automation and how we at Brickendon believe that 2018 will be the year that automation becomes the norm across the financial...
Implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can help organisations address the issues of rising costs and help them remain ahead of the game in what is becoming an increasingly competitive marketplace.
The importance of quality assurance should not be overlooked in the ongoing battle for time and financial resources. The key is to realise the benefits of continuous integration and accept that quality and speed are not mutually exclusive.
Many organisations are struggling to balance the need for continuous software testing with the desire to reign in spiralling costs. Brickendon’s testing experts look at how implementing Automated Intelligent Regression Testing can help address these issues.
Brickendon’s resident robotics expert Iya Datikashvili looks at what office life would really be like if your colleagues were robots and tells City AM that the real revolution is likely to come not from automation alone or from humans alone, but from the two collaborating.
RPA – Robotic Process Automation – is not about robots taking our jobs. It is about enabling organisations to make the best use of their employees in areas that add value to the firm’s operations by delegating repetitive tasks to machines.