Low Code/No Code platforms are rapidly catalyzing the democratization of Automation. To steer a multi-platform environment, it’s best to start with the company strategy, identify, and prioritize high value Automation to enjoy long-term success.
AP (Accounts Payable) Automation plays a pivotal role within the procure-to-pay lifecycle, pervading Hi-Tech and Non-Tech verticals alike. This is reflected in the Global AP Automation market valuation standing at USD ~1-1.2 Bn, which is expected to reach USD ~3-3.2 Bn by 2026 at a CAGR of ~21%.
Implementing IDP which can process complex document-based information in bulk and at the highest accuracy levels, will help enhance business efficiency, transform existing processes, and achieve Intelligent Automation success.
The latest round of WorkFusion’s funding has catapulted it into the Hyper Intelligent Automation big leagues. What’s next for this automation player?
The Hyper Intelligent Automation space is heating up with new Microsoft Ignite announcements and what it will mean for enterprises.
Low Code/No Code platforms are on the rise in the last twelve month or so, in terms of funding and investments. Read how OutSystems’ latest funding signals a paradigm shift in the HIA space.
What does the future of Automation look like? Here’s a look at Zinnov’s Automation predictions for 2021 and what it means for enterprises’ digital transformation agendas.
The SAP-Signavio acquisition signals the tech giant’s intent to throw its hat in the Hyper Intelligent Automation ring – an already crowded space!
Hyper Intelligent Automation (HIA) has been on an unstoppable march in the past year, with 2021 being instrumental in taking HIA to the next level.
As Automation is increasingly embraced by Manufacturing & Distribution industries, this Zinnov-Conexiom whitepaper delves into automating two specific processes.