RPA: Automation Spending to Increase 4x by 2022

first_imgRPA is enabling businesses to become more efficient by automating and digitizing their processes. By 2022, more than 85 percent of very large organizations will be using some type of RPA. RPA is expected to increasingly merge with other emergin technologies, like chatbots, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and natural language processing. Business spending on robotic process automatino (RPA) is expected to grow and ultimately reach $2.4 by 2022, an increase from the $680 million that businesses spent in 2018, according to Gartner Research. center_img Saikat Ray, Senior Research Director at Gartner, said that “organisations are adopting RPA when they have a lot of manual data integration tasks between applications and are looking for cost-effective integration methods.”last_img

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Gattuso favourite for Udinese job

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Udinese are taking 24 hours to consider coach Igor Tudor’s position after back-to-back embarrassing defeats to Atalanta and Roma, with Gennaro Gattuso the favourite. The 7-1 loss to Atalanta on Sunday evening was shocking, but partially excused by the fact they were down to 10 men for an hour. However, on Wednesday night they incredibly lost 4-0 at home against a Roma side that had Federico Fazio very harshly sent off just 32 minutes in. According to Sky Sport Italia, Tuttomercatoweb, La Gazzetta dello Sport and others, Udinese directors are taking a few hours to think about the various alternatives. Gattuso is believed to be the favourite, especially as he was in the stands for the 7-1 defeat to Atalanta, alongside his long-term assistant manager. The former Milan coach has already turned down offers from Genoa and Sampdoria this month, so there is no guarantee he’d accept Udinese. Other candidates include Pasquale Marino and Stefano Colantuono.last_img read more

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Chelsea beat Jose Mourinho’s 10-man Manchester United to reach FA Cup semi-finals

first_imgChelsea manager Antonio Conte got the upper hand on Jose Mourinho for the second time this season as his double-chasing side beat 10-man Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge to reach the FA Cup semi-finals on Monday.N’Golo Kante’s precise 51st minute strike was enough for Conte’s team to break United’s hold on the Cup after the visitors had Ander Herrera sent off after 35 minutes for a second yellow card — both for fouls on Eden Hazard.Premier League leaders’ Chelsea’s reward is a Wembley clash with Tottenham Hotspur next month, while the other semi-final will be between Arsenal and Manchester City.United, who face a Europa League last 16 tie on Thursday against Russian side Rostov, were missing the suspended Zlatan Ibrahimovic and injured Wayne Rooney and offered little threat once Kante had beaten David de Gea with a precise low shot.Mourinho was spared the humiliation of the 4-0 thrashing his old club dished out in October’s league meeting — his first return to Stamford Bridge since being sacked last season — but his United side were again found wanting.Mourinho’s frustration boiled over at times and the Portuguese and Italian Conte had to be separated after an angry exchange shortly after Herrera’s sending off.”The game was completely under control (before the red card),” Mourinho, whose players targeted Hazard for especially close attention, told reporters. “They couldn’t find what is their game. I cannot be more proud of the players.”Chelsea, chasing the Premier League/FA Cup double they last achieved in 2010, dominated possession and could have scored more goals, though holders United had their moments.advertisementLIVEWIRE HAZARDMuch was made of United’s lack of striking options ahead of the game but Mourinho’s somewhat depleted side started in confident fashion and Henrikh Mkhitaryan fired just wide in the 13th minute following a strong run by Rashford.That escape sparked Chelsea into life though, particularly Hazard who was soon skipping his way past defenders to force De Gea into a great save from his deflected shot.United’s keeper then did equally well to claw out Nemanja Matic’s low shot from the resulting corner.Herrera then took matters into his own hands with two ill-judged tackles on Hazard, both punished with yellow cards by referee Michael Oliver.Mourinho reacted to the dismissal by hauling off Mkhitaryan and sending on the combative Marouane Fellaini.It was a tactic designed to frustrate Chelsea but the irrepressible Kante opened them up six minutes after the break, delivering a right-foot shot of unerring accuracy past De Gea.Diego Costa should have made it 2-0 but United should have levelled when the galloping Rashford left David Luiz and Gary Cahill trailing but shot straight at Thibaut Courtois.Chelsea were relatively untroubled, though, as they set up a juicy-looking semi-final against London rivals Spurs — the last team to beat them in any competition.”We must be pleased because to arrive in the semi-finals and play at Wembley gives us great satisfaction,” Conte said. “It’s another tough game against a strong team.”last_img read more

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9 days agoEverton lose Philippe-Gbamin for three months

first_imgAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Everton lose Philippe-Gbamin for three monthsby Freddie Taylor9 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveEverton have lost Jean Philippe-Gbamin for up to three months.The summer signing from Mainz underwent thigh surgery in France on Tuesday.Gbamin played against Crystal Palace and Watford in August before getting injured.Everton are currently 18th in the table having won only two of their first eight Premier League matches this season. last_img

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6 days agoEx-Liverpool striker Sturridge scores first Trabzonspor goal

first_imgEx-Liverpool striker Sturridge scores first Trabzonspor goalby Paul Vegas6 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge scored his first goal for Trabzonspor as he helped his side to victory against Gaziantep.He opened the scoring for the six-time Turkish champions, firing into the bottom corner from just inside the box.Five minutes later, the 30-year-old provided the assist for on-loan Crystal Palace striker Alexander Sorloth to score their second.Sturridge joined Trabzonspor in August having been released by the Reds.The England international – who also played for Manchester City, Chelsea, Bolton and West Brom – won the Champions League with Liverpool last season.Trabzonspor are top of the Super Lig having picked up 15 points from their opening eight matches. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Submissions to the 42nd annual Toronto International Film Festival are now open

first_imgAdvertisement Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitter Submissions to the 42nd annual Toronto International Film Festival are now open! To submit, please visit the TIFF listing on Withoutabox.com. For information about submitting to TIFF, please check out the FAQ and Terms and Conditions below..The early deadline to submit is May 5, 2017. The late submission deadline is June 2, 2017. Submit today!The Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 7 to 17, 2017.For information regarding Wavelengths submissions please contact submissions@tiff.net. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment last_img

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Second suspect charged with killing Rankin Inlet boy

first_imgA male adult and youth have been charged in the homicide of Ray Taparti Jr.APTN NewsRCMP have charged a second suspect in the killing of a Rankin Inlet boy in 2017.The suspect is a minor and cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.The charge was announced days after 21-year-old Glen Kadlak Jr. of Rankin Inlet was arrested in Iqaluit, NU., and accused in the homicide of Ray Taparti Jr.Read more: https://aptnnews.ca/2018/10/09/murder-charge-laid-in-death-of-nunavut-boy-12/Taparti was 12 when his body was found in an industrial part of Rankin Inlet after he’d been missing for five days.Kadlak Jr. remains in custody.last_img

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