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Four challenges where RPA can help

There are many challenges in the business world. We will discuss four examples where Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can at least be part of the solution: war for talent, compliance, legacy and agility.

RPA: faster, cheaper and more efficient

RPA bots automate simple and structured tasks. Result? Your employees are happier and have more time to make a difference, while RPA bots perform the routine tasks faster, more efficiently and cheaper.

What is RPA?

RPA is a technology for automating business processes by means of virtual software robots. These (sub)processes require manual intervention and steal unnecessary amounts of our time.

What is cognitive RPA?

Classical RPA is limited to structured and relatively simple processes where little to no interpretation is needed, but what if we link up AI in the same process? Then we’re talking about cognitive RPA or Smart Process Automation.

Efficient, thanks to the assistant

How can you make the lives of your employees easier and help them reach their full potential? The answer: with a digital assistant!

Three misconceptions around blockchain

There are a lot of false stories circulating about blockchain. The following three misconceptions must be eliminated as a matter of urgency.

Agility Days [1] - Christopher Avery

Christopher Avery kicked off the first Cegeka Agility Day. Avery gave the participants an inspiring ‘Responsibility Process Leading and Coaching’ workshop.

Bitcoin ARKit: payment demo

Blockchain promises a future where all transactions can be logged, viewed and monitored in real time. Keeping track of profit and loss statements, incoming and outgoing transactions and reporting requirements is a daunting challenge these days.

8 pitfalls of blockchain

The possibilities of blockchain are almost endless. But watch out: that does not mean you can thoughtlessly throw yourself into a blockchain adventure!

Blockchain technology in financial institutions

On Monday the 6th of November, Sander van Loosbroek had the pleasure of presenting his point of view on recent blockchain developments in the financial sector. His biggest take-away? It is becoming impossible to keep track of all the launched blockchain initiatives.

How blockchain will eliminate the Bill of Lading in trade finance

International trade is all about who owns the goods and how are they paid for. Since the transfer of goods never aligns precisely with payment, this is a complex industry that is largely driven by paper. The main reason for this is that ownership of goods is still transferred by a Bill of Lading or similar paper document, causing delays and costs for all parties involved.

What is blockchain technology?

Blockchain is the result of over 25 years of research into how to solve the fundamental problem of double spending value online. The internet we use today was built for copying information from one computer to another. This means that you can view a copy of a website to read the news, view this video or communicate with friends on social media.

Blockchain will empower the future of insurance

Insurance is a paper business, with ever-changing conditions and the detection of fraudulent claims requiring transparency and interconnectivity. In this video we explain blockchain technology as a process optimizer, but for insurance companies it also has a role to play in the automated offering of insurances.

How digital signing and blockchain work together

Blockchain technology is set to replace the concept of signing a contract. In this video we will explain the benefits of using blockchain to replace the old paper contract system. Contracts expressed in computer code are ideally suited to govern digital services that can be described meticulously and unambiguously. This means that there is no discrepancy between parties regarding the implications of these so-called contracts.