Robotic Process Automation in Action: 25 RPA Use Cases

When the topic of robotic process automation (RPA) comes up, there are two common misconceptions that we encounter. The first is that some people think RPA involves physical robots—like the kind you see welding automobile frames on an assembly line. Nope… these are software robots we’re talking about. They handle repetitive digital tasks rapidly and with 100 percent accuracy. And … Read More

Client Use Case: How Eliminating the “Sneakernet” Saves Time and Money

Before computer networks and the internet, there was the sneakernet—the tongue-in-cheek descriptor for the moving of information from place to place by a person wearing sneakers. It would great to be able to say that the sneakernet has gone the way of the dinosaurs, but unfortunately, it is anything but extinct. In fact, it is alive and well at many … Read More

Conversational AI: New Partnership Advances Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

You could argue that in its earliest form, artificial intelligence (AI) wasn’t terribly intelligent. The success of any AI application depended on humans asking the right questions in the right way. Instead, what companies are looking for is systems that they, or their customers, can interact with without having to put too much thought into it. Enter what’s known as … Read More

What You Need to Know About RPA and Legacy System Conversion

Robotic process automation (RPA) uses small computer programs, referred to as “software robots” or sometimes simply as “bots,” to perform time-consuming digital tasks currently being handled by human workers in a fraction of the time and with 100 percent accuracy. In doing so, it frees employees to do other, more valuable work.  One of the areas where RPA is especially … Read More

Accounts Payable (AP) Automation: 6 Powerful Benefits

Accounts payable automation, more commonly called AP automation, is an approach many businesses today are using to streamline their operations. As with any automation initiative, there are hurdles to overcome, as we noted in a blog post titled “How to Avoid 5 Common AP Automation Challenges.” But, those companies that invest a small amount of time and effort in automating … Read More

6 Tips for Robotic Process Automation Deployment

More organizations every day are making robotic process automation (RPA) part of their business strategy. And for good reason. Letting software “robots” like our Buddha Botz handle repetitive, time-consuming, mundane tasks helps companies increase productivity, improve accuracy, control labor costs and free employees to tackle more important projects. If your company is preparing a robotic process automation deployment of one … Read More

Denver ARMA Spring Seminar: Our Observations on Content Services and RPA Awareness

As a Mile High Denver ARMA Silver Business Partner, Buddha Logic recently participated in the organization’s Spring Seminar. The event included excellent sessions on a wide range of records management topics, from foundations of information governance (IG) to blockchain to personnel management and motivation. We’re a frequent presenter at ARMA monthly events, but in this case we focused on connecting … Read More

How Automation Can Make a Records Manager’s Life Easier!

If you’re a records management professional, or you know one, you understand that the work is labor-intensive, that accuracy is essential and that the results are critical to an organization’s success. All of these factors can add up to make a records manager’s life hectic and stressful. What you may not know is that business process automation can make your … Read More

Powerful RPA Insights from Kofax/Pinnacol/IRPA-AI Webinar

Recently Kofax and Pinnacol Assurance, who are a Buddha Logic business partner and client respectively, collaborated on a webinar titled, “How to Scale Automation: People & Technology Considerations.” I attended the online event, which was present in partnership with the Institute for Robotic Process Automation & Artificial Intelligence (IRPA-AI), and was impressed with the depth and breadth of the material … Read More