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I tried to install SAP TAO 2.0 . After installation When clicking the SAP TAO Icon to open , i am getting the following error like " QC has to be installed before working with SAP TAO" . But i have QC 10 with BPT, QTP 10 installed in the same server. Can anybody help me to complete this installation. Please pass on any installaion guideline document,thanks.
Posted by Kather
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December 11th, 2017
Three years ago, when we demonstrated an RPA process to a crowd, I remember there being an applause in the room.People were stunned to see how a manual process was being seamlessly transformed into a process sans people! Today, a lot of companies have already RPA’edsome of their lowest hanging fruits such as input of structured data into multiple systems, RPA+OCR for structured, semi structured image based processes etc.  They have a choice of the service provider they use. Theyresearch, train and are well acquainted with what services and features each provide. Service providers are now showered by symbolic bouquet…
Posted by Nandita Nishanth
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December 1st, 2017
On-boarding Artificial Intelligence - A Reality Check Recently, iPhone 8 was launched with much fanfare. There were advertisements all over the places during this festival season announcing its arrival and availability. Apple is emphasizing on 4 differentiators in the new iPhone, namely All-glass design, Advanced cameras, Wireless charging and A11 bionic chips. Coming from the stable of Apple, these are all bleeding edge innovations. While the first 3 are straightforward, what caught my attention was the coming-up the age of mobile computing chips as a major differentiator. On further diving-in, I somehow feel it is evident that this product will…
Posted by Chinmoy Misra
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November 28th, 2017
Both digital and transformation have become buzzwords at many organizations today. These are now the new frontiers that every business aims to conquer. Changing industry demands has not only forced many businesses to embrace these new frontiers rapidly, but has also urged others to prepare for the competition sooner or later. But, experiences so far show that it is a journey pebbled with unique and complex challenges, which the businesses have to cross in order to achieve their goals. Businesses, who are taking this initiative are generally asking themselves a simple question - 'How can a digitally superior competitor disrupt…
Posted by Chinmoy Misra
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November 24th, 2017
Hello Friends, Can you expect a better performance and comfort just by placing accessories and without upgrading the engine of your car? The answer is a resounding No! Similarly, you will not be able to get the benefit of adopting a new technology platform unless you change the execution methodology. That’s the prime reason for adopting agile. Despite adopting agile best practices, the desired result is still far away. This failure in implementation reflects the superficial manner in which we are trying to apply Agile. Agile should not be viewed just as a project management technique or a SDLC Methodology,…
Posted by Prashant Neharkar
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November 24th, 2017
In this day and age, where the tech industry is working towards developing new & innovative ways to build non-intrusive technologies that assist in managing data & interactions in an accurate, effective and secure manner, the current wave of Robotics seems to be bringing this change to the industry using the realms of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and RPA (Robotic Process Automation). Now, as this new wave unravels, people seem to view this as 'The Age of the Terminator Dawning' and with it comes a sense of reluctance in adapting to the technology, along with unanswered questions such as: 'How secure…
Posted by Mithran
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November 14th, 2017
Recruitment is like cooking. Just like a Chef shifts through his stock of ingredients to pick the right raw material & the best ingredients to cook a gourmet meal, a recruiter needs to do the same in order to 'hire the right'. It's all about making the connect - An acknowledgement mail, a small thank you note or a pleasant smile goes a long way. Remember, we are largely interacting with the Millennials. They are different. They love attention. And very rightly so. The things/media/exposure they get from an early age makes them different. Millennials are all about making the…
Posted by Anuja Niyogi
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November 14th, 2017
If you had once built a dam in Tuticorin, would you be able to estimate the time taken for doing the same in Turin? Estimation is a breeze. Take cars for instance. Or any white goods. You can ask a salesman and in a jiffy, he gives you a quote. So, I reiterate that estimation is a breeze. Right? You thought so? Think of giant projects. Like constructing a fly-over or building a dam or power plant, for instance. Can estimation be done in a couple of days, if not in a jiffy? No. They can be quite complicating. Mammoth…
Posted by Kamalakannan Sankaran
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October 26th, 2017
Few businesses stand to gain as much from automation as insurance companies, but few businesses encounter as many challenges when they try to implement it. This is why we bonded together with our partner WorkFusion, a leading SaaS based automation solution platform that lets enterprise leaders digitize their global operations, to host "Beyond RPA: Optimizing standard RPA and the path to Intelligent Automation in insurance operations," a webinar that focused on how the latest generation of RPA (which incorporates cognitive automation capabilities) can transform claim processes, an area that is too complex for traditional RPA. Our and Workfusion‘s goal was…
Posted by Shishir Vahia
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October 26th, 2017
Three observations: 1. A few months ago, there was a curious article doing the rounds: Programmers who use spaces to indent their code are paid 9% more compared to programmers who use tabs. This result held, even after controlling various factors, such as: the programming language, numbers of years of experience, country etc. Now, let’s observe what is going on here.   2. Anecdotally, we have all seen programmers who are orders of magnitude more effective than others in achieving their tasks; this sets up a virtuous positive feedback loop, where the effective programmers are recognized and rewarded, and that,…
Posted by Krishna Kumar
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October 26th, 2017
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