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Kamila Hankiewicz November 29, 2017

Automation won't make you redundant. Triteness will.

Media likes to scare us that automation will “steal” our jobs, that robots will make...

Kuba November 29, 2017

Robotic Process Automation: Desktop Attended vs. Unattended On Servers?

Nowadays, companies are realising the value of building efficient customer relationships. Improved customer experience reflects customer retention, irrespective of the technological approach involved. Robotic Process Automation is an excellent application of technology to do that, freeing up employees from repetitive and tedious tasks. Today’s RPA solutions automate rules-based, routine tasks within the end-to-end business process in two major, distinctive ways: as unattended automation or attended automation. It's only matter of time when any distinction between Attended RPA (where a robot assists a human in carrying out tasks on their computer) and Unattended RPA (where a robot works autonomously on a server) will eventually vanish. BCC group conducted a research where they found that by 2024 autonomous robots will surpass the share of the expert systems.

Kamila Hankiewicz November 20, 2017

How To Robotise Your Business - The Crash Course

Have you been hearing a lot about robotic process automation (RPA) and business process automation (BPA) lately? You’re not alone, the popularity of RPA/BPA software solutions is skyrocketing and companies of all sizes are embracing this new technology in their workflows.

Kuba November 17, 2017

Macros And Beyond: How To Automate Excel Spreadsheets

One of the more powerful, but seldom used functions of Excel is the ability to create automated tasks and custom logic within macros. Macros provide an ideal way to save time on predictable, repetitive tasks as well as standardise document formats – many times without having to write a single line of code.

What is a Macro?

If you work in financial or real estate industry, you should already be familiar with macros. A Microsoft Office Macro (as this functionality applies to several of the MS Office Applications, not only available in Excel suite) is simply Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code saved inside a document. For a comparable analogy, think of a document as HTML and a macro as Javascript. In much of the same way that Javascript can manipulate HTML on a webpage, a macro can manipulate a document.