Bhavik Patel

The rise of the bots in Banking

The BFSI industry is continuously changing and in this changing environment, this particular industry is under great pressure to cut costs and yet maintain high levels of service. In this Blog Bhavik Patel addresses how bots are assisting the financial services sector in providing customers with a quick, easy, and more efficient process, to help increase their agility and provide a more enhanced customer experience.

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The Evolution of Business Support 24/7

In today’s competitive environment, 24/7 support of your business processes can make the difference to your profitability by improving your efficiency, downtime or improving your customer service. In this blog, we discuss both Business Process Outsourcing and RPA and how these can be your solution for 2021.

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Improving Productivity with RPA in Retail

RPA automates tedious and repetitive tasks by entrusting them to bots. In a world where customers are moving more and more to online purchases the demand for customer service and customer experience is growing and this is adding increased pressure on companies to keep abreast of the market. With RPA, companies can improve productivity and quality of service, as well as accelerate tasks and improve standards and accuracy.

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Mistakes to Avoid when Implementing RPA

RPA ROI can be between 30% and 300% in the first year. Given this impressive return, investing in RPA has become a no-brainer for numerous organizations around the world.However, the failure rate for initial RPA projects is between 30% and 50%. Here we identify 8 of the most common mistakes so that you can avoid them.

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Top 20 AI terms


Artificial intelligence answers Turing’s question with an emphatic `yes’, but while we’ve all heard of AI, what exactly is it? To be honest, you’ll get a different answer depending on who you ask, but here’s the dictionary definition of the 2 words:

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Top Tips for New RPA Developers

Technology research company Gartner predicted that by the end of 2020, the global market for RPA will be worth $5.97 billion. Within the next few years, it’s expected that nearly every company in the world will be using RPA in some form. Are you ready to be a developer?

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