Despite decades of investments in IT, knowledge work has been largely unaffected by productivity technologies up to this point. However, the landscape is quickly changing, due largely to the rise of the virtual workforce, and specifically, robots, who are able to efficiently and seamlessly complete mundane, process oriented tasks.
Such software robots are revolutionizing enterprise innovation and hold the potential to completely transform the back office workplace. For more insights on this topic, take a look at Blue Prism Chairman Jason Kingdon’s latest article addressing roles well suited for robots, the advantages of a virtual workforce, and the impact software robots will have on people, as featured on Information Age. You can find the full article here, or see below.
Inside the virtual workforce: an army of software robots revolutionising enterprise innovation
Despite decades of investments in IT, knowledge work has been largely unaffected by productivity technologies up to…
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