Learn why and how to adopt the “mobile first, mobile now” imperative to satisfy and engage customers who demand a unified experience--whether they’re opening an account, applying for a loan, paying a bill or depositing a check.
In the eBook we will explore the challenges that caused this dichotomy and the reasons why organizations are currently seeking ways to maximize OCR speed and accuracy in their applications and services.
In this ebook, discover the top eight advantages to deploying robotic process automation (RPA) to automate rules-based, repetitive tasks within your financial processes.
Print jobs must print out correctly every time. In this eBook, discover how to control print management costs while increasing efficiency and securing sensitive data.
In this report, AIIM's recent research identified key pain points RPA is addressing for organizations today, as well as factors keeping them from taking their RPA deployments to the next level.
Accounts payable teams are caught between two opposing forces. On one side, there’s a push to maximize performance and reduce operational expenses. On the other side, there’s dealing with legacy systems and manual processes. Break down these barriers and automate your invoice processing.
The key to realizing the full benefits of process automation is to capture and control of both your document- and non-document-based information with RPA and Cognitive Document Automation. Only then can you dramatically increase worker productivity and maximize the efficiency of your business operations.
You’ve got a problem: Slow, manual processes. And you know exactly what the solution is: Robotic process automation.
The foundation of a great customer experience is a seamless, automated, self-service, mobile-first, personalized, secure process…but how do we redesign our legacy systems, silos and manual processes to achieve it?
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is here: all organisations that process or hold personal data of EU residents must allow customers to review their stored data, “rectify and amend” their data—and even invoke their right to be forgotten. Those that fail to comply can face heavy penalties.