Enterprise spend on automation will hit $232 billion by 2024

Tom Allen
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Executives see automation as an important part of digital transformation

Enterprises will increase their spending on intelligent automation almost 19x over the next seven years, from today's $12.4 billion to $232 billion in 2024. While spending is expected to increas...

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