automation

Can automation help your company fight the Great Resignation? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

In Focus

Can automation help your company fight the Great Resignation?

Monotonous tasks are amplifying employee unhappiness, says UiPath's survey. How can you embrace automation to curb that?
Manufacturing: more human than machine? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Manufacturing

Manufacturing: More human than machine?

Is the future of manufacturing all about more machines and more automation? Maybe, but more humans may also be involved.
Leveraging AI to drive post-pandemic business recovery - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

In Focus

Leveraging AI to drive post-pandemic business recovery

How can AI help organisations be more efficient and agile even in the face of uncertainties and talent shortage?

News

Organisations that embrace IT automation view their IT teams as critical to business growth

Embracing automation could also help retain talents in technical roles as such employees are faced with high workloads: Ivanti

In Focus

Analytics automation: The missing fuel to supercharge Singapore's economic recovery

How can Singapore firms close the major analytical gaps existing between business priorities and business performance?
Is the insurance market truly ready for automated underwriting? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

In Focus

Is the insurance market truly ready for automated underwriting?

How can automation disrupt the insurance market in a good way?
Only 20% of organisations in Singapore are analytics experts: Alteryx study - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Digital Economy

Only 20% of organisations in Singapore are analytics experts: Alteryx study

The lack of workforce and process capabilities are hindering many firms in Singapore from becoming analytics experts.
Will Covid-19 accelerate productivity growth? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

Will Covid-19 accelerate productivity growth?

Covid-19 has had a measurable impact on the global economy but gains in productivity from robot use is far trickier to gauge.
Companies spend extra $20 bil weekly to enable work-from home arrangements, yet face higher cyber attacks, survey finds - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Companies spend extra $20 bil weekly to enable work-from home arrangements, yet face higher cyber attacks, survey finds.

IT business leaders are are also not expecting employees to be back in the workplace anytime soon.

Broker's Calls

KGI Securities initiates 'buy' on ISDN on strong performance from robotics industry and surprise profit announcement

KGI Securities has initiated coverage on ISDN holdings with an “outperform” recommendation and a target price of 42 cents. This is due to strong growth in the robotics industry and a surprise profit announcement
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