Agile Automations, a specialist in robotic process automation (RPA), has been selected as a panelist along with Greg Cox, CEO of Quint Group to share the insights, success stories, lessons, and challenges on the Application of AI in Fintech.
It’s 2021, the UK has gone into a third lockdown and we’re back to working from home and it doesn’t seem likely that we are going return to normal working patterns any time soon.
Agile Automations, a specialist in robotic process automation (RPA), has been shortlisted in the Best Use of Technology in Finance Award category at the Jersey TechAwards 2020. Also in the same category are BankClarity, BDO Jersey and RBS International.
The legal sector is often seen as a profession that has proved mostly resistant to technological disruption, perhaps driven by the importance of human relationships and the need for creativity and interpretation.
The rapid shift to digital transformation saw years of innovation taking place in just a few short months in 2020 and shows no sign of slowing, as we enter 2021 and beyond. As a result of the pandemic, companies across the globe decided to adopt new technologies overnight, that they might previously have been inclined to implement over a period of time.
Santa Claus has been working hard behind the scenes to make sure nearly 2bn children across the globe receive their Christmas presents on time and the pandemic isn’t going to stop him, or his merry elves.
Manchester-headquartered robotics process automations firm, Agile Automations, has been named today in Mills & Reeve Top Tech: North West. Agile Automations joins some of the region’s most pioneering and innovative technology companies across the North West.
A fast-growing Manchester-headquartered robotics firm has moved its head office to Bruntwood Work’s historic Blackfriars House as it reveals plans for further growth. Agile Automations has relocated from WeWorks in No.1 Spinningfields to larger office space at the newly refurbished building in to accommodate new staff over the next 18 months.
With the pressure COVID-19 has put on the healthcare system, it is more important than ever to explore new technologies that have the potential to ease operations and free up NHS and social care staff time so they can focus on what is important, caring for people
High performing companies that have adopted the use of AI and machine learning are beginning to see a return on their investment.