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How RPA can streamline Supply Chain and Logistics?

How RPA can streamline Supply Chain and Logistics?

Supply Chain and Logistics is predominantly an industry which is driven by precision and speed. The industry is mostly governed by a lot of systems and processes, which, when automated drive efficiency, scale, and faster deliveries. RPA optimizes operations and cuts costs and emerges as a replacement for a lot of non-productive, repetitive tasks. 

 Overview: 

Robotics has become a key component of Supply Chain automation and will continue to transform supply chain operations. It is said to have a drastic impact in terms of productivity, efficiency, and accuracy on the Supply Chain and Logistics industry. Among the various benefits that RPA brings to the industry, the prominent ones are real-time inventory visibility and warehouse management. 

 But, before the enterprise dives into implementing RPA, there is a certain level of preparedness and some ground-level modifications that enterprises need to make. A few of them are:

 Process Standardization: The more complex the … Read More

AR Business Card: Leave a lasting impression on your network

AR Business Card

Augmented Reality is a technology that superimposes computer-generated objects (3d models, images, text, etc.) on the users’ view of the real world and provides a composite view. It brings forth an unimaginable technological revolution, which has altered the way we conduct business. AR Business Card is one such idea that uses AR to scan the regular business cards and provides detailed information relevant to a business.

Overview: 

Business Cards or Visiting Cards are used by one and all. It gives a brief idea to your visitor about yourself, your business, ways to contact you like your phone number, email id, Skype ID, etc. and links to your company’s social media handles. Business cards are of the utmost importance when you visit a seminar/conference or large public gathering where you meet a lot of current and potential clients and exchange your business cards. The biggest challenge with a traditional business card … Read More

Traffic Analyzer, Smart Parking, Smart Conference – IoT

Traffic Analyzer, Smart Parking, Smart Conference

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is marked by the growing utilization of technologies like IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, etc. that have made our lives easy and convenient. Still, there are everyday challenges that we face from the moment we step out of our homes until the time we return. The pressing need to solve our daily issues gave rise to innovative ideas like Traffic Analyzer, Smart Parking, and Smart Conference using IoT, which have judiciously addressed them. Read the blog to know how.

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects—“things”—that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies to connect and exchange data with other devices and systems over the internet. These devices range from ordinary household objects to sophisticated industrial tools. The innovative idea of Traffic Analyzer and others also makes use of IoT to solve a routine life problem.

Let us understand each in … Read More

BrainBeans has efficiently replaced ‘Just do it’ with ‘Just think it’! 

BrainBeans BrainWaves

BrainBeans has efficiently replaced ‘Just do it’ with ‘Just think it’! 

Based on brain waves technology, BrainBeans is one of the most innovative and appreciated ideas and the cynosure of Innovation Day. The idea harnesses brain waves that are produced from masses of neurons communicating with each other and are detected using an EEG headset.

Overview:

The brain is at the center of everything that we do; it controls and coordinates our actions and reactions and allows us to think and feel, enables us to have memories, feelings, dreams, and a million other things.  It gives us all the things that make us human.

If we want to perform any activity, basic or complex, our brain sends signals to our organs, and we perform the activity. Like, when we want to switch on the light, our brain signals our hands to on the switch and the light turns on.

But … Read More

How RPA Benefits Non-Profit Organizations?

RPA Benefits for Non-Profit Organizations

Doing more with less is the biggest benefit that RPA offers to a nonprofit organization and empowers them to transform the way they perform their duties. 

What role can RPA play?

The ultimate objective of implementing RPA in a nonprofit is to have a higher output with fewer resources.  However, the most immediate impact of RPA is on routine tasks that are performed in an error-free, consistent manner. Besides being easy to use, understandable, affordable, and easy to apply, NGOs most importantly need a technology that can free its workforce. And RPA best serves the purpose and allows them to focus on their core activity while the software performs most of their routine business with accuracy and precision.

RPA can automate all processes that are performed on computers and require less or no decision making. In addition to this, RPA performs myriad other tasks like it records data, runs applications, … Read More

AutoWrite Minutes of Meeting – Meetings Made Simple

AutoWrite Minutes of Meeting

An unconventional idea based on technologies like Deep Learning, Neural Network, and Machine Learning, AutoWite MOM aims to appease the inconvenience of manually writing minutes of the meeting. 

The Need

Meetings are integral, from giant corporations to small enterprises organize meetings for various reasons. Although a routine activity, it has its set of challenges that can, at times, mar the overall purpose. One of the biggest is writing the Minutes Of Meeting, which is usually the onus of the organizer, and a lot depends upon his skill to write fast and the ability to grasp. The story does not end here; the process gets cumbersome when the minutes need to be analyzed, segregated and emailed to all stakeholders in a predefined format.

The Idea

AutoWirte MOM has adequately addressed all the issues that come with manual operation of MOM. The Application is easy to understand and methodical; therefore, it does … Read More

Comic Strip – An Intersection of Art and AI

Comic Strip Story Board

Communication with machines has always been effortless and limited to conscious and direct forms, whether it’s something as simple as turning on the lights or as complex as programming. We only had to give a command to a machine for it to do something for us. 

On the flip side, communication between people is far more complicated but a lot more interesting because we take into account much more than what is explicitly expressed. We observe facial expressions, body language, and understand feelings and emotions from our dialogue with one another. However, interpretation of facial expressions is not absolute, and each person interprets them by his or her experience and knowledge. But such interpretations are prone to misunderstandings and gaps!

To curb the gaps, our team’ Comic Strips’ offered an excellent solution that has the capability of understanding not only the dialogues but emotions too and presenting the entire conversation … Read More

Prototyping – A Crucial Stage in Design Thinking

Prototyping Stages

Have you ever used a pen and paper to describe an idea to your team? 

Almost each one of us, because it is the simplest way to explain your idea and is also comprehensible by your team. The pen and paper design has been practiced for ages and is probably a minuscule example of Design Thinking, without any use of technology.

In simple terms, Design Thinking is a methodical process that makes use of tools and technology often practiced before the launch of the final product. It is an iterative process and a crucial one for designing a product. Besides aiming at understanding user needs and redefining the problem statement, Design Thinking’s ultimate objective is to provide a new perception to Prototype and test the solution cases.

Every Design Thinking process goes through five stages: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test. Though each stage is essential, let us look closely … Read More

Robotic Process Automation Lifecycle

Robotic Process Automation Lifecycle

Today businesses are going digital, and 89% of them have already adopted a “digital-first” strategy. This is heavily impacting the work landscape. The split of task hours between humans and robots in 2018 was 71:29 and in 2022 it is projected to be 29:21

At InfoBeans, we deploy the standard RPA lifecycle to automate a process that consists of a repetitive and predictive set of activities. We do this with structured data that has traditionally been handled by an employee or a group of employees in an organization.

A common pain point across the industry is deciding on the processes to be automated and the criteria to follow. Today, Robotic Process Automation is no more a new word. Organisations across the globe are using this technology to automate their business processes and to increase their ROI. Thus, boiling down to the much-coveted question, “What is the lifecycle of … Read More

UX trends to look for in 2020

UX trends to look for in 2020

At InfoBeans, we are always eager to embrace the latest trends, and this time it is UX. Read our latest blog on changing UX trends in 2020 and how marketers need to maneuver their marketing strategy to match the same.

The year 2020 is round the corner, and it is also the last year of this decade! The UX industry has undergone a metamorphosis in the previous ten years and has been completely revolutionized, especially after the advent of AI, ML, VR, and AR. In the coming decade, too, UX will witness significant changes, and events like the Tokyo Olympics will have a massive impact on the UX industry in 2020. In addition to this, we will also see a shift in user perception that will take the UX industry to an altogether new level.

Let us look at the 2020 UX trends that marketers should adopt to meet … Read More

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