This video demonstrates the robotic automation of the daily P&L reporting process at a large global bank. It shows how robotic software can read, enter and validate data in different systems.
In recent weeks there have been a number of thoughtful articles written about the stumbles and disappointments some organisations have experienced with their initial forays into the world of robotic process automation (RPA.)
McKinsey has always been at the forefront of new trends shaping the business world, and a recent blog post¹ by two of its partners, Vik Sohni and Alexander Edlich mentions that some RPA adopters are feeling burned.
Automation as a Service will open doors to automate processes that were previously unfeasible and unimaginable.
Australian automation and AI advisory firm Mindfields has launched Automation as a Service (AaaS), a banquet of RPA services such as research, education, consulting and execution, packaged at fixed price per process.
It will open doors to automate processes that were previously unimaginable or unfeasible.
Mindfields was recently covered in the media by The Australian Financial Review (AFR) regarding their stance on Robotic Process Automation (RPA) disrupting the consulting industry. The article heavily features the opinions of Mindfield's Managing Director Mohit Sharma, while comparing and contrasting his experience to that of his lesser-known industry peers. This feature article appeared in both print media and online on Tuesday 22nd August, 2017.
Automation as a Service (AaaS) is set to disrupt the tech and professional services industry by democratising robotic process automation (RPA). Our one stop solution is available at a fixed price per process and is designed to make RPA more accessible to organisations. AaaS is based on our numerous successful clients implementations worldwide.
Matthew Tinker, Head of Innovation at Pepper Money talks about his experience working with Mindfields on their Robotics Process Automation projects.
Its not often that you find solid business advice in a clip from Family Guy, but this one shows an often overlooked point about the increasingly ambitious aims for robotic process automation … while there may be numerous complex ways to design a smart robot, we still only need one smarter human to kill it ‘by mistake.’
To enable us to 'Grow for Tomorrow' and learn from every engagement, Mindfields engaged an independent advisor, Deborah Hadwen, Chief Executive Officer of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to understand and receive valuable client feedback.
Adrianna Sheedy, Executive Director of ING Direct (Australia) shares her positive RPA experience with Mindfields.