More than 30% of global Shared Services have implemented robotic automation, with another 44% in the planning and testing phase. McKinsey’s research suggests that 45% of paid activities can be automated. The machine learning market is predicted to reach $15.3 billion by 2019, with an average annual growth rate of 19.7%. About 84% of executives and analysts around the world say AI or artificial intelligence will enable them to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage.
Such statistics and volumes provide an insight into the rapidly growing demand for digital business technologies, including artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation, that can deliver enormous cost savings and revenue gains.
In February 2020, DQ Australia will launch a comprehensive digital technology offering that would address:
Business automation offers significant opportunities in terms of streamlining business processes and reducing the costs and human input into tasks, thus, increasing efficiency, productivity and profitability.
The DQ approach to business automation involves stripping repetitive and low IP processes out of marketing and business by using affordable and effective digital technologies.
Cognitive technologies are the key to processing large volumes of data including the plethora of dark (unreachable) data in businesses, analysing that data and delivering it to executives in a format that facilitates effective and efficient decision making.
The DQ approach to cognitive technologies involves recognising that these technologies work best when the technology and human mind work collaboratively. This results in high productivity and profitability.