Robots play a major role in making manufacturing processes more efficient and
less labor intensive. They can help control costs and improve quality, as well as
increase productivity. The complexity of robotic system design, however, creates
obstacles for many manufacturers, and this is made more difficult by the need to
identify and integrate subsystems from multiple vendors.
NexCOBOT, a NEXCOM company, offers a flexible, modular robotics solution
integrating artificial intelligence (AI) with machine vision and powered by the
new Intel® Vision Accelerator Design products. The solution brings together
the insight of artificial intelligence, the mobility of robotics, and the capabilities
of machine vision, providing a new level of precision and optimization for
manufacturing and industrial implementations
To remain competitive, manufacturers must focus on achieving new growth while driving down costs. Key to achieving this is greater flexibility and a dramatic upturn in operational efficiency across the manufacturing process. One area ripe for improvement is intralogistics transportation.
Many manufacturers still rely on autonomous guide vehicles (AGVs) to undertake repetitive transport tasks; but, rigid in nature, they do not support today’s demand-driven, dynamic manufacturing environments. Intelligent autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), like SEIT* from Milvus Robotics, offer a viable and cost-effective alternative.
This solution brief describes how to solve business challenges through investment in innovative technologies.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Dec 20, 2018
Companies across the world are innovating with artificial intelligence (AI) to improve customer experience and forge deeper relationships with customers. Through surveys and interviews with 599 executives, from large and mid-sized companies across the globe, this MIT report reveals that most customer-centric firms have already deployed AI extensively in their customer-facing operations and customer experience management processes.
Get the global report and regional spotlights on North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia to access complete results. Key insights include:
• Nearly 90% of respondents report measurable improvements in the speed of complaint resolution; 80% note enhanced call volume processing using AI
• 80% of respondents report measurable improvements in customer satisfaction, service delivery and contact center performance
• In North America, 60% of the respondents believe they will deliver a 10% or more increase in customer lifetime value in the next year
Websites provide online businesses with an unprecedented level of contact with customers and end
users. However, they also place business information where it can be easily accessed by third parties –
often using automated tools known as “bots”. For many organizations, bots represent up to 50%
or more of their overall website traffic, from good bots engaged in essential business tasks to bad
bots conducting fraudulent activities. Regardless of business impact, bot traffic can reduce website
performance for legitimate users and increase IT costs. Organizations need a flexible framework to
better manage their interaction with different categories of bots and the impact that bots have on
their business and IT infrastructure.
Technology adoption varies from sector to sector, company to company and department to
department. We asked 4000 leaders about their views on technology to find out which had the
potential to cause serious innovation.
It might be surprising to know that
although its adoption levels are lower than other emerging
technologies, artificial intelligence is most exciting to HR leaders. However, chatbots are what
people want to hear less about.
How did the other 4 technologies fare? The
results were fascinating
Transformation technologies like IoT, blockchain, AI, cloud security, autonomous and chatbots
are all jostling for our attention. But which ones are considered important and which ones are
businesses actually using? In August 201
8, we asked 4,000 senior decision
makers across 21
markets to tell us how they felt about the different technologies
Fascinated to find out?
Robotic Process Automation was born with the vision of empowering business users to create software bots that could interact with enterprise systems just like humans.
Its benefits include substantial time and cost savings, improved customer satisfaction, increased workforce morale, and the ability to build a competitive advantage over competitors.
But to fully realize all these benefits, it’s important for businesses to select a solution with a robust RPA security architecture that supports core principles, such as least privileges and separation of duties while delivering end-to-end protection for the critical apps and sensitive data involved.
This paper provides an overview of the industry’s highest standard for enterprise-grade security as demonstrated by the market’s leading Digital Workforce platform, Automation Anywhere Enterprise.
Automation Anywhere’s flagship product is Automation Anywhere Enterprise – a RPA platform offering a variety of tools to help organisations develop, operate and manage RPA bots that automate data entry, data gathering and other repetitive, routine tasks usually carried out as part of high-volume, repetitive work (for example, service fulfilment work in call centres, shared-service centres, and back-office processing environments). Automation Anywhere Enterprise bots can add value both in unattended (server-based, lights-out operation) and attended (desktop-based, interactive) deployment configurations.
In this report, MWD Advisors digs deeper into the features and capabilities of Automation Anywhere’s product portfolio, analysing its fast-growth trajectory and highlighting large-scale implementations.
Technology adoption varies from sector to sector, company to company and department to department. We asked 4000 leaders about their views on technology to find out which had the potential to cause serious innovation.
It might be surprising to know that although its adoption levels are lower than other emerging technologies, artificial intelligence is most exciting to HR leaders. However, chatbots are what people want to hear less about.
How did the other 4 technologies fare? The results were fascinating.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Nov 22, 2017
Using IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities, companies can quickly differentiate their customer service quality by being more pro active and responsive to customer needs. Simply put, chatbots and virtual agents are the future of customer interactions. Building apps from scratch that incorporate natural language processing, speech to text recognition, visual recognition, analytics, and artificial intelligence requires broad expertise in these disciplines, large staffs, and a huge financial commitment. Making use of IBM Watson cognitive services brings these capabilities in-house quickly and without the capital investment that would be needed to develop the technologies within an organization.
Das Mirai-Botnet nutzt Hunderttausende von internetfähigen Geräten, die nur über ein schwaches standardmäßiges Kennwort verfügen. Durch Installation von Malware übernimmt Mirai die Kontrolle über die Geräte und errichtet auf diese Weise eine weltumspannende Armee von infizierten Bots. Bis zum Zeitpunkt der Attacke durchsucht jedes betroffene Gerät das Internet nach weiteren angreifbaren Geräten und infiziert diese. Das Internet der Dinge besteht aus Milliarden von Geräten, die Daten senden und empfangen können und heutzutage fast überall anzutreffen sind. Private Sicherheits- und Unterhaltungsgeräte wie Internetkameras, digitale Videorecorder (DVR) und Router werden häufig mit der Mirai-Malware infiziert.
Customers have caught on that support interactions are getting better. When they reach out, they’ve come to expect an instant response that says “we’re here for you”. When they want information, it’s expected to be accurate, up-to-date, and easily accessible. Essentially, they come to expect efficiency during support interactions.
As a result, businesses are becoming more cognizant of their self- service offerings. Customers want to be left feeling empowered; it’s even better when they can do so on their own. Self-service saves time for agents, cuts down on organizational costs, and leaves the customer with a positive outlook of a brand.
This eBook delves into how AI can enhance your customer self-service offerings with automatically-generated knowledge bases, content cues for your service agents, and chatbots.
There are many reasons why bots pose the most complicated threat to your online business - access to pools of IP addresses, ability to stay under the radar, highly persistent. Read what you need to know to stay in the know.
A compromised account is 17 times more valuable than a stolen credit card number. That’s why fraud bots, loaded with stolen credentials, use their lists of username/password pairs on thousands of websites. Credential stuffing bots can lead to data theft, customer identity fraud, and account takeover on your site.
Learn about the risk to your business from credential stuffing bots in the Akamai infographic, Credential Stuffing 101: The Risk of Bots to Your Business.
Bots are responsible for 30% to 70% of website traffic. They have many purposes, range
from good to middling to bad, and from simple to sophisticated. Bot management solutions
vary a lot too. Vendors say they can solve your bot problems. Can they? The bot management market is evolving, with many vendors of different sizes, experiences and capabilities. It’s important to solve your bot problems without getting in the way of business. In this ebook, you’ll get insight into how to evaluate bot management solutions and understand what the differences mean for you.
For many financial institutions, traffic from bots (aggregators, scrapers, crawlers) can account for up to 40-60% of their overall website traffic — from good bots engaged in essential business tasks to bad bots performing harmful activities. Banks, traders, asset managers, and insurers might know how much of their traffic is from bots, but what they may not know is the impact those bots may be having on their business.
Read the report to learn more about:
• Managing Financial Data Aggregators
• How Bots Affect the Digital Experience
• What a good bot looks like?
If you have a website, you most likely have an infestation of bots. While some bots are beneficial, bots can make up a significant portion of your daily website traffic. Malicious bots bombard websites with direct and specific attack goals, such as stealing customer information, scraping content, and even initiating DDoS attacks. Our latest eBook explores the differences between good bots and bad bots, and explains the best way to manage harmful bots.
Im Zuge der Entwicklung des digitalen Ökosystems um das traditionelle Marketing entstanden isolierte Abteilungen, was unterschiedliche Botschaften, Kampagnen und Erlebnisse zur Folge hatte. Zur Schaffung einheitlicher und ansprechender Erlebnisse auf allen Kanälen ist großes Engagement im gesamten Unternehmen erforderlich.
In this Akamai brief, we reveal the hidden burden bots and scrapers place on your website. You will know what bots and site scrapers are used for, and why blocking bot traffic is not the best solution.
50% of guests do not want to be served by a robot but 80% of operators say robots will be cleaning restaurants by 2027
50% of guests want to be recognized without giving a name or loyalty card
54% of restaurant operators would like to see artificial intelligence helping with menu planning
50% de los clientes no quieren ser atendidos por un robot, pero el 80% de los operadores dicen que los robots estarán limpiando restaurantes en 2027
50% de los clientes quieren ser reconocidos sin dar un nombre o tarjeta de fidelidad
54% de los operadores de restaurantes les gustaría introducir la inteligencia artificial en la gestión de la planificación de menús
If you’re looking to improve sales performance, optimize ecommerce, implement marketing automation, expand social media, deliver better customer service, or utilize accurate Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) – it’s all Oracle.
And, the icing on the cake? All of these solutions are integrated, but modular. We offer a breadth of solutions that you can not only buy individually, but can also easily integrate with existing or additional solutions as your business needs grow.
Adapt your customer experience strategy to new technology in Forrester's navigate the future of CRM in 2017 Report.
Credential stuffing is on the rise. Bots are getting smarter and malicious actors are getting more confident. Unfortunately, these advanced cyberattacks are also becoming more difficult to detect with standard security controls.
Learn more about credential stuffing and how you can protect your business, your brand, and your customers from bots that commit fraudulent activity.