Opening Discussion Topic:
As we discussed last month in our 2020 Competitive Outlook, most “Breakaway Companies” are scaling their analytics to outperform competitors.
The majority of today’s midsize and larger companies are already using Marketing Automation Software such as HubSpot, Pardot, Marketo, etc., which are essentially robotic process automation (RPA) tools. And now top management in all competitive industries are exploring RPA to enable new, more responsive, and lower cost:
Following our brief presentation about some of the more generally useful resources available to understand and apply RPA effectively, Members will update us on how they, and their competitors, are more effectively gaining competitive advantage by leveraging RPA in their businesses. And, if they’re not, if and how they plan to deploy it!
As always, we’ll look to hear and discuss, “What’s Keeping You Up Nights?”
We’ll also be serving as Strategic Advisory Board Members to our Featured Member Presenter: Joe Rogers, CEO of WorkDone
WorkDone’s convergence of machine learning, business process management, content analytics, and blockchain brings to life the promise of AI in the workplace. They enable organizations to seamlessly automate business processes between major SaaS platforms (Office 365, Salesforce, NetSuite, etc.) with no user training or programming required. The company’s patent-pending Expertise Capture technology automates repetitive human-intensive tasks and creates reusable agents that are constantly being improved through learning without programming. This automation can be made available to the public through an open agent marketplace. By linking interoperable agents, WorkDone seamlessly creates systems of intelligence preserving the corporate memory. Consequently, no institutional knowledge is lost when employees leave the company. Agents can also function as testers and trainers to assist workers in completing tasks, freeing them up to do more satisfying and higher value work..
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