Thoughtonomy Blog

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...

23 April 2019

How can digital workers improve job satisfaction?

The human imagination is alight with the idea that someone -or something­- is going to steal our jobs. Most recently, the media are campaigning to convince us that now, it’s robots. But robots aren’t anything to be scared of - well, not digital workers, anyway. The anxieties...

29 March 2019

Create a path to Intelligent Automation that works for you

Technology adoption is often driven by the need for a quick fix solution, in a siloed area of a business or specific function. But this approach is prone to ultimate disappointment, as short-term aims don’t allow the technology to really achieve full potential for the overall...

14 December 2018

Digital Workforce Aims: The long, mid, and short of it

 From the outset, the idea of creating a digital workforce can be daunting. We’ve created a range of materials to help guide you through each step of your automation strategy — from ‘The essential questions when choosing your automation supplier’ to ‘How to implement...

12 December 2018

Avoiding Armageddon in Energy and Utilities with a Digital Workforce

Last week I spent some time at an energy and utilities conference in the UK. It was attended by a number of traditional providers, challenger start-ups, green energy companies and upstream & downstream partners. Together, these organizations make up the whole ecosystem of...

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