Automation is definitely in fashion. IT leaders are wise to the opportunity to save time and resource, but need to deal with the variety of automation projects, how to showcase their value to the rest of the business but also, fully reap the benefits of this latest technology for their own department.
The finance function is changing shape. Until quite recently, the traditional pyramid structure was entirely appropriate, but the advent of new technologies mean that organisations need to rethink their shape, quite literally.
There’s a bewildering array of new marketing must-have technologies, including AI, machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT). But what do they actually do ─ for you? The answer is critical to any business that wants to deliver the ultimate customer experience.
Finance is embracing its new best friend, automation. Many organizations have heard of robotic process automation – or RPA – and every day more of them deploy software bots to boost efficiency and control costs, often in the cloud.
The world of work is changing, fast, and HR teams face a new landscape. The World Economic Forum’s Future of Work 2018 report predicts 75 million jobs will disappear by 2022, but 133 million new roles will be created, thanks to robotics and AI.
Fast tech progress is fantastic – isn’t it? For those in Silicon Valley, new products, rapid development, and swift growth are all key to success. But how do people in the business world love new technologies? Or do they think they’re frustrating and overhyped?