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Automation Anywhere acquires Klevops
Monday, August 5, 2019 by Richard Harris
Automation Anywhere announced that it has acquired Klevops, a privately-held company based in Paris. With the acquisition, Automation Anywhere fast forwards the RPA category to Attended Automation 2.0, where managers can easily orchestrate workstreams across a team of employees and bots, driving a higher level of employee productivity and improved customer experience. T...
Release Insights released to the Eggplant suite
Friday, August 10, 2018 by Christian Hargrave
Eggplant has announced the addition of Eggplant Release Insights to its Digital Automation Intelligence (DAI) Suite. The technology enhances the company's automation capabilities, providing intuitive analytics and insights that help teams understand the impact on user satisfaction and business outcomes if they release another version of their product now. This helps...
Big news for the low code market as OutSystems scores $360M
Tuesday, June 5, 2018 by Richard Harris
OutSystems low-code platform just landed $360 million in an investment round from KKR and Goldman Sachs to be used to accelerate business expansion and for R&D in new advancements in software automation.Companies such as Toyota, Logitech, Deloitte, Ricoh, Schneider Electric, and GM Financial use the OutSystems low-code platform to rapidly develop custom applications...
Software testing using Artificial Intelligence
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 by Richard Harris
As the complexity of software continues to increase and release delivery cycles shorten, software testers need to provide quality feedback to developers nearly instantaneously. In this age of continuous testing, companies are adopting a new mantra: Test smarter, not harder. There’s simply no other choice, given the torrential pace of new software launches. Today, ...
Let the machines do the work
Friday, November 10, 2017 by Patrick McClory
Automation is everywhere. According to research from Gartner, by 2019 “75 percent of enterprises will have more than six diverse automation technologies within their IT management portfolios.” Just three years ago, that number was fewer than 20 percent. To some, the growing trend of automation signals an industry shift away from throwing bodies at problems and toward le...