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    How to plan and deliver your automation project
    Accelerating your digital transformation through the use of automation has reached a tipping point in central government. What was once considered a technology for the future is now entering the mainstream. 
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    Camunda's Bernd Rücker on process automation
    At a recent conference for Java and Software innovation, we bumped into Bernd Rücker, co-founder and chief technologist of open-source workflow and decision automation platform Camunda. We asked Bernd what he felt were the biggest problems facing process automation/process efficiency projects and how Camunda can solve some of these problems. Find out what he said:
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    RPA for government: dynamite or kryptonite?
    The opportunity for any organisation to automate high volume, repetitive tasks is one which is full of allure. When you’re a government department or agency whose core business is built around people-heavy processes it’s even more attractive.   Along with the potential for cost savings and error reduction is the bigger goal of making swathes of routine operations digital and of course, better serving citizens.
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    WATCH: RPA or DPA — what's the best approach to automation?
    How are public sector organisations using automation technologies? Does Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and Digital Process Automation (DPA) compete or complement each other?  
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    Is the public sector implementing Artificial Intelligence properly?
    Artificial Intelligence provides huge opportunities for government to deliver more for less through increased productivity and to improve the lives of citizens.  The government understands its importance – AI and Data was named as one of the four ‘Grand Challenges’ in the Industrial Strategy White Paper. 
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    Under the hood: Building a low-code digital service with Digital Process Automation
    Here is an overview of how we can quickly implement a digital service suitable for both citizens and partners with Digital Process Automation (DPA). The following video shows how a local council can use DPA to digitise and streamline its housing process, empowering public sector employees to create solutions quickly and easily, saving time and money compared to both manual and custom code approaches.
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    Watch: Example of Digital Process Automation in action
    Digital Process Automation (DPA) is a great way to help employees create digital solutions quickly and easily, saving time and money. Here is a real-life scenario, set in a local council housing department, to highlight the advantages of DPA compared to both manual and custom code approaches.
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    Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or Digital Process Automation (DPA)?
    Robotic Process Automation (RPA) seems to be riding a crest of a wave at the moment — everyone’s talking about it in digital transformation. But is it the silver bullet it’s made out to be, and how does it work with Digital Process Automation (DPA)?   To RPA, or not RPA? RPA is predominantly screen scraping technology. It’s good for repetitive tasks, quick fixes, plugging gaps and integrating legacy systems with modern applications. 
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    Digital Transformation: What problems are public sector organisations looking to solve?
    Public sector organisations are wrestling to address a whole host of issues when they embark on their digital transformation journey.
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    Q&A: Driving efficiencies with Digital Process Automation
    Recently, we hosted the webinar ‘How to automate processes and drive efficiencies in Local Government.' Here is an amended write-up of the webinar Q&A, including answers to questions we didn’t have time to respond to, with our Digital Process Automation (DPA) Lead Tim Stephenson.
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