IBM TechWeek: Emerging Stronger with AI-infused Hyperautomation
COVID-19 is accelerating enterprise automation initiatives across industries.
As businesses adjust how they work through this extended pandemic, they are increasingly having to do more with less – innovate without disrupting services; reduce costs without compromising security or customer experience; ensure agility without over-investing.
Ecosystm research shows that:
- There has been a 120% growth in the use of robotic process automation in the last year.
- 77% of organisations in Southeast Asia were forced to start or re-align their digital transformation journey in the last year.
- 64% of organisations in Southeast Asia measure their AI/automation deployments on reduction of process time.
- 48% of organisations the region are looking to increase use of process automation technology in 2021.
Smart businesses are able to handle uncertainties better because they can scale up or down on demand. These are businesses that leverage AI & automation to ensure better employee experience and process optimisation. AI-infused hyperautomation can distinguish your company from your competition and bolster revenue growth. By automating the tedious and repetitive aspects of your employees’ jobs, it improves employee experience, productivity and operational efficiency. The scalability of the solution also means more business agility and better outcomes.
Scale Your Automation Initiatives Across Your Organization
Join us at the “IBM TechWeek: Emerging Stronger with Ai-infused Hyperautomation” on 15th June at 10:00AM – 11.30am SGT to see first-hand, how research in AI-infused hyperautomation can be applied to real-world problems. Featuring hands-on demos, technical deep dives, research and product usecases, this event is an exclusive opportunity to interact with leading minds in IBM Research, and renowned CTOs from around the world!
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