• December 1, 2023

From Archimedes to Gutenberg to Ford to Jobs, technological advancements throughout existence have been applied to human labor to increase productivity and free up time and resources for other pursuits.

In the first decades of the 21st century, corporations are committing to digital transformation to leverage new technology in ways that can solve old problems. One of the oldest is how to apply human capital most efficiently and how to automate repetitive tasks, enabling companies to direct human intelligence toward more challenging problems that require creative problem solving.

Most recently, companies intent on digital transformation have identified robotic process automation (RPA) as a business technology that can have profound impacts on productivity, costs, efficiency, compliance and more.

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