Archive - June 2019

“P” Is for “People”– Changing the Conversation on RPA to Include More Than Automation

Robotic process automation (RPA) is one of the fastest-growing technologies in the workplace today. Introduced as a fast and efficient virtual workforce capable of laboring around the clock with little configuration or training, bots were initially...

For Technology Startups, Taking a Potentially Faster Path to Going Public Doesn’t Mean Skipping Critical Steps

Many technology startups are delaying their initial public offering (IPO) — waiting years, in some cases — and going well beyond the traditional Series A, B and C rounds of funding to support the development of their products and services. A major...

Who Is Watching the Bots? Part 2 – Operational Challenges (and Solutions)

A lot of organizations are beginning to realize the value of deploying robotic process automation (RPA) to perform high-volume, repetitive tasks that were previously performed by human users. Properly managed, RPA allows companies to scale...

Who Is Watching the Bots? Part 1 – RPA Governance

Just as a civil society relies on the rule of law, robotic process automation (RPA) at scale requires good governance to enable success while helping to mitigate associated risks. In this post, the first of two highlighting key points from our...

Advanced Data Mining Technologies and AI Can Aid Firms’ Transition from LIBOR to Alternative Risk-Free Rates

As the financial markets prepare for potential disruptions from the phasing out of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) and selection and implementation of alternative risk-free rates (RFR) by the end of 2021, financial institutions are seeking...