More applications, more complexity: what is driving automation adoption?

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More applications, more complexity: what is driving automation adoption?
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More applications, more complexity: what is driving automation adoption?

Almost 60 per cent of UK firms identified the need to modernise as a reason to automate business processes

Nine in 10 UK businesses are using some form of automation, and almost a quarter describe their use as ‘High' or ‘Very high'. But what is driving the quickly-climbing adoption of this technology? According...

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