Hear Enate’s Head of Research, Sam Ward on the AI Coffee Podcast
Enate’s Head of Research & Development, Sam Ward recently sat down with podcast host, Alejandro Perez for a chat about all-things AI.
Tune in below to hear Sam cover:
- The future of AI and it’s impact on business
- The challenges and opportunities of implementing AI solutions in the corporate world
- Regulation and ethical considerations surrounding AI
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Operational Soup is a term we use when work is being carried out, but businesses have little idea how much, by whom or exactly how it is processed.
Start orchestration in departments with strong use-cases to deliver value quickly. Often, good examples can be found in back/middle office process areas that have high variation and complexity such as finance or HR operations. Recent intelligence sourced through process mining suggests 80%+ of the work performed in a shared services organization is not performed in the ERP systems, but rather in Excel or Outlook. This is where Orchestration thrives.
Having orchestration implemented across our departments can be likened to having x-ray vision into your operations.
Global Head of Operations at TMF
Almost half of banking and investment CIOs (49%) and insurance CIOs (44%) indicated that they will increase their automation investments in 2021.
Source: Gartner, 2021