Automation Anywhere Advances AI-Powered IQ Bot in the Cloud

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A recent press release states, “Automation Anywhere, a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) advanced IQ Bot – the world’s only web-based, cloud-native intelligent document processing (IDP) solution –  with flexibility in cloud-based deployments to help organizations respond to the global COVID-19 crisis. As the pandemic has impacted healthcare and government workers on the front line, organizations worldwide are realizing the full potential of document processing via the cloud for faster, more accurate results. IQ Bot’s flexible cloud options meet this new workplace reality, granting the ability to automate document-centric processes in healthcare, life sciences, supply chain and the public sector.”

The release continues, “Today, hospitals across the globe are inundated with paperwork processing required to test and treat patients with COVID-19. Additionally, on-demand, real-time processing of case record forms are required to obtain a current, accurate view of the pandemic. Clinicians and front-line staff need to focus on the upsurge in patient care demands, rather than processing endless medical and government forms. IQ Bot’s cloud-powered solution automatically extracts critical patient data from anonymized forms, including handwritten information, and processes them with speed and accuracy, saving stretched healthcare organizations precious time to focus on improved patient outcomes. It can also rapidly scale to handle tens of thousands of pages per day and make data immediately available so that medical staff can make decisions quickly.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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