CAI's perspectives on emerging technologies, IT services, and the industries we serve.
Robotic process automation (RPA) developers can configure automations to carry out specific tasks, keystroke by keystroke. Occasionally, a robot will encounter a situation it was not programmed to handle – and, in these cases, the robot stalls, perhaps for good reasons like security or access constraints, perhaps for not-so-good reasons like missing or incorrect data...
Do you ever worry that someone – or something – is pulling the strings on the tech giants and investors today? Perhaps an intelligent machine engineering its own world domination? The money pouring into development of artificial intelligence might suggest such a plot.
As technology continues to change the way we live and work, today’s enterprises face the challenge of discerning which investments are right for them. CAI is a solution-based, technology-agnostic business, which means we are not constrained by a catalogue of products, and we don’t believe in technology for technology’s sake. This allows us to meld together the best tools, services and processes to deliver the right solutions for our public and private clients. We bring innovative ideas to life!
As companies increasingly realize the benefits of automation, the need for robotic process automation (RPA) developers will continue to rise. There is already greater demand from business – currently more demand than supply – for developers trained in RPA programming. While expectations may differ from company to company, a handful of best practices are essential to the viability of the code. The following is a list of RPA development best practices that should be applied both vigorously and flexibly.
Every time I hear the word innovation nowadays, I exercise the deepest emotional eye roll and feel the distinct urge to run toward the closest proverbial cliff. Occasionally, I am pleasantly surprised, but most of the time, the eye roll and cliff-jumping are justified.
We love metaphors. Our art and daily dialogue are full of them. They help us understand new and complicated ideas. Love is a battlefield. The truth is a hard pill to swallow. Life is a roller coaster.
ALTR and CAI team up to offer enterprise-ready blockchain-based data-security platform as a managed service.
Many organizations today think of themselves as late-comers to the automation party if they don’t already have a raft of bots working around the clock in the back office. Like in any new market, there is a time for stepping out and a time for holding back.