Thoughtonomy Blog

06 August 2019

4 processes to get started with intelligent automation in an ITO organization

Getting started is always the hardest part. We’ve all had our moment staring at a blank page and wondering how to kick it off. The cure for this is never quite obvious, some things work for some and not for others. So, In order for you to not start off from square one on your...

16 May 2019

Why the face of automation scaling success is human; not robot

The ability to scale is one of the most important considerations of any business leader looking to implement automation technologies into their business. Technologies that perform singular, siloed functions with circumscribed outcomes are increasingly being side-lined in...

18 April 2019

The Future of Work: Evolving workforces

On a global scale, our relationship with technology is going through an evolution. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed the way we operate, from 77% of us now using voice assistants in the home, to a significant shift in the way that businesses and workforces operate –...

12 April 2019

How to transform citizen outcomes with AI & RPA

One of the key ambitions of any Government organization should be to continue to improve the services it offers its citizens. Indeed, as the needs of the public continually change - whether through demographic shift, citizen expectations, legislative or societal change –...

05 March 2019

Intelligent Automation vs Outsourcing

Over the last few decades, outsourcing has been the solution for organizations looking for quick ways to tackle increasing workload or to cut costs. Of course, there’s always more complex reasons for some organizations, such as tax and contractual implications, but for the...

26 February 2019

8 UK Public Sector Automation Use Cases

Within any UK Public Sector organisation, the priority is always the same: to enhance citizen outcomes. But achieving this while being mindful of the strain and pressure being put on employees and budget is not always easy, and many organisations are being pushed to breaking...

08 February 2019

Intelligent Automation: Letting people do their best work

When you think about Intelligent Automation, you’d think the focus for business investment would be solely on the process automations, or the productivity digital workers can achieve. But the more organizations delve into robotics, AI and Intelligent Automation, the frame...

06 February 2019

Questions you should ask before starting an automation project

Automation is becoming business critical. The way in which it is helping organizations increase productivity, cut costs and improve services to customers means it is tabled at many board meetings around the globe. But, as with any emerging technology, it comes in many forms —...

30 January 2019

UK Public Sector Automation: Creating a new resourcing model

 The pressure on public sector organisations has increased, but your responsibilities remain the same. A decade under the strain of austerity and the efficiency measures that follow, while handling a rising population with increasingly complex needs and demand for high...

16 August 2018

Future of Work: Humans and digital labor working together

Change is coming. Digital labor, in the form of intelligent automation, is going to change the future of work. And, while there are many people that like to tell you we haven’t been here before. We have, but perhaps in slightly different ways. Since the industrial revolution...

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