Since its inception over the last ten years, the process of digital transformation in a corporate sphere has been slowed somewhat due to the ongoing battle between the IT and finance departments. With CIOs prioritising the strategic value of technological innovation and CFOs often only concentrating on cost discipline alone, the two have historically been at crossed purposes. However, the tide may now be turning.
With RPA being such a powerful tool that solves many business problems, it is understandable that people have many questions and with the abundance of information out there we realised it could feel like a bit of a mine field. We therefore wanted to offer delegates a platform on which to talk freely and directly about RPA in an open, face-to-face setting, see how the software works first-hand, discuss the business drivers and, most importantly, ask those probing questions that search engines can’t answer.
2018 has been marked by revelations that Cambridge Analytica used millions of Facebook users’ data to manipulate elections. While Big Data has steadily grown more omnipresent in people’s lives, and concerns about privacy and autonomy with it, this event marked a tipping point in global consciousness – people have started to second-guess the benefits of many technologies.
Velocity IT, a digital technology services firm based in Milton Keynes, has recently become a member of the Silverstone Technology Cluster (STC), reinforcing its position as an innovative and collaborative organisation. With offices in Milton Keynes, South Africa and India, Velocity IT collaborates with other technology organisations such as K2, Mendix and Microsoft to provide business customers with superior quality digital business solutions.
In the age of digital optimisation, it’s no surprise that businesses are always on the lookout for ways to tighten up their operations, streamline processes and improve efficiency, both in terms of time and money. Robotic process automation (RPA) is one of the key technologies that has risen to meet this demand and as the bedrock of all digitised operations in your company, it’s logical that the IT department should be one of the first to embrace this new innovation.
With a staggering 23 billion connected devices as of 2018 – 127 more every second – the Internet of Things (IoT) is seeing a rapid rise to prominence. IoT devices are increasingly being amalgamated into automated systems, and this can be leveraged to improve business efficiency.
“Long-term success requires faith – faith that your efforts to plan and execute the process will lead to the desired outcome.” Tony Dungy, first African-American football coach to win the Super Bowl. Coach Dungy’s words ring just as true in business as in football.
In some cases, we have a requirement to change the importance of an email based on custom conditions. Using the K2 email event wizard configuration, we can set the importance of an email but it will be applied to all the email notifications.