RPA Weekly for August 25th, 2020
Ohio based Hyland acquired German based RPA developer Another Monday. This is Hyland’s 3rd acquisition this year, after Learning Machine and Streamline Health.
“Reflective is a no-code platform, so the employee executing the work can design the workflow themselves,” he said. “Also, we don’t try to automate everything. Our model is hybrid or ‘human-in-the-loop’ meaning people still execute the steps that require complex decision-making or creativity — making it more flexible than an automated script.”
Seattle-based VC firm Founders’ Co-op led the seed round.
Quick little Q&A with Andrew Philips, UiPath’s Australia/NZ vice president & managing director. He talks about everything from R&D to integrations with AWS and Box. Worth a quick perusal.
The A/V Club
The team at Go Beyond Disruption talks RPA with Gappify, an accounting-automation startup based in San Francisco.
Mike Kalinowski (@mxkalinowski, Senior Manager of Product at @Infor) talks about the basics of RPA, the challenges of automating diverse heritage systems, the emerging role of AI/ML in RPA, and the evolution of business analysts.
Lab Talk’s interviews Sebastian Schroetel, Head of Intelligent Robotic Process Automation at SAP, and covers everything from the basics of RPA to the big picture.
How to grow 10x faster with RPA (Podcast)
This episode features Wilton Rogers, CEO STA group and a digital transformation consultant who talks about the do’s and don’ts of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), what it is and how RPA helps businesses out. He also explores how businesses can integrate RPA while maintaining their financial model.