OnviSource Enhances Its Automata RPA Solution

<p">OnviSource has expanded its Automata robotic process automation solution with a new, no-code platform, called Orchestra, powered by its proprietary artificial intelligence engine, iMachine 2.0.

Automata is part of OnviSource's ia.Enterprise Intelligent Automation (IA) solutions and enables companies to automate desktop transactions and repetitive, manual tasks, with or without employees' intervention.

Unattended Automata automates processes without human intervention. Attended Automata can be used to automate certain segments of a process, automatically access or verify certain information for the employee to expedite the flow of transactions, reduce errors, and optimize and augment employees' performance. Additionally, Automata's process automation can be rules-based for structured evaluation of the data or analytics-based to analyze unstructured data and discover actionable knowledge, intent, categories, named entities, sentiment, and more.

The new Orchestra no-code platform empowers users to design, test, and run their workflows with a drag-and-drop user interface.

The brain behind Automata is OnviSource's iMachine 2.0, which offers analytical features beyond rules-based automation, using three levels of AI technologies, including machine learning (ML), natural language processing and understanding with Dialog Frame for conversational AI, and deep learning with artificial neural network capability for deeper intent and sentiment analysis.

"The two major and essential technologies required to deliver true intelligent automation capabilities are RPA and AI," said Art Yri, chief technology officer at OnviSource, in a statement. "We are pleased that we have been able to develop and deploy fully featured and proprietary technologies and platforms to deliver both."

Automata RPA and the iMachine AI engine can be integrated with all of OnviSource's ia.Enterprise solutions in workforce optimization, customer experience management, and business process management

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Posted October 25, 2019