RPA uses AI and machine learning to super-charge industrial-scale digital transformations
The term digital transformation-defined as technology that fundamentally changes how companies deliver value to customers-has become a household term recently and for a good reason. A wave of new technologies and services such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, augmented and virtual reality, blockchain, cloud, software-as-a-service, edge computing, Internet of Things, among others, are upending business processes and customer relations. And the fifth generation of mobile communications, or 5G, is just around the corner, which is expected to supercharge them all.
Aricent joins global technology leaders at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 to discuss what’s next in 5G, Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence and security.
I am happy to share that Aricent has joined global leaders in telecom and technology for our third Mobile World Congress event in 2018. MWC Americas takes place from 12 – 14 September at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Earlier this year, Aricent also attended #MWC18 in Barcelona, and at #MWCS18 in Shanghai.
The next-generation of automation comes to life with AI and machine learning.
Over the decades, business process automation has had a significant positive impact on capital and labor productivity and the standard of living in countries around the world. Now, we are entering a new era for business process automation with the introduction of robotic process automation (RPA).
The speed of business is forever accelerating, driven in large part by the speed of information and disruptive technologies. Companies with the most up-to-date, accurate information have the edge over the competition. Whether it’s insight into a transformative technology that promises to boost productivity or a more accurate and timely prediction of the price of a commodity, information is a powerful kingmaker.
We’re proud to share the amazing work we’ve been doing over the past two years with IBM on their Power Systems products. Recently, we spoke to Steve Sibley, VP Offering Management for IBM Cognitive Systems and Power Products, and Steve Finnes, Worldwide Manager for Power Systems, HA/DR Solutions discuss how Aricent has served as a valuable partner in bringing design and engineering expertise to IBM’s industry-leading platform and technology.
At Aricent, we firmly believe that today’s students represent the promise of tomorrow. That’s why we are pleased to mark a major milestone for Indian on-campus engineering training programs. To date, the ‘Arise by Aricent’ program has trained 8,000 marginalized engineering students in just three years - and we’re not slowing down anytime soon.