We’ve seen them for sure, the use-cases built on fancy slides solving end-to-end problems without any measurable substance. The problem is that they don’t really fix the long term underlying problem and the ROI usually are not followed up due to lack of appropriate KPIs attached to the use-case. Digitalization, Automation and AI implementation all go hand in hand, and they also have the same challenges solving root-causes in data, processes, capabilities and legacy IT-systems. I am a firm believer that Enterprise AI and Automation will fundamentally change the way we operate companies tomorrow, but that the transformation must be…

We’ve already seen a great uplift in Enterprise Automation and AI implementation. It has become a crowded space with RPA, Lowcode, BPM, OCR, NLP and AI vendors and technologies, trying to connect and streamline processes and task. A vast number of use-cases in different industries and functions today help companies become more efficient and growth oriented, but we are still far away from a “self-driving-company”. An autonomous enterprise controlled and managed by robots and AI models is an enterprise whereas human is taking a passive part in running end-to-end processes. At level 3 — Conditional Automation and Intelligence — the…

Alexander Hannerland, COO, and Theodore Bergqvist CEO at Turbotic. Provider of Autonomous Enterprise System — Delphi
Alexander Hannerland, COO, and Theodore Bergqvist CEO at Turbotic. Provider of Autonomous Enterprise System — Delphi

Imagine open your laptop, typing — or, better yet speaking — into your company’s operating system interface to monitor all the tasks performed by software robots and artificial intelligence. Your company is driving itself with the latest and greatest of technologies thru an Autonomous Enterprise System (AES), a new kind of super powerful enterprise platform.

As with the adoption of any new revolutionary technology, there will be problems for businesses that don’t adjust fast enough. Futurists estimate that hundreds of billions of dollars (if not trillions) will be saved shifting from a human to a digital workforce, not to mention…

The dotcom era, 20+ years back, fueled a new wave of innovation with people and start-ups that turned the world upside down and created a new generation of companies. A lot of them that have now become behemoths and centers of gravity for the NEXT BIG THING. That also created the perception that only innovation could be done from Start-ups and only Start-ups knew how to innovate. But how true is really that? Today!

We tend to think of innovation as a single event, a spark that create the fire, but the truth is that the road to any significant…

Introduction

Every day we read about companies that disrupt industries. Decades of momentum and market positions are wiped out in less than a few years and are replaced by new business models, new markets and new customers. One of the theories around this is “Exponential technologies”, including AI, advanced robots, automation, virtual and augmented reality, 3D printing, blockchain, biotechnology, quantum computing, etc. Technologies that double in capability or performance, half in cost in each period, and enable exponential growth due to massive network effects. Most of these technologies have, or will have, a massive impact on our world an might even…

Theo Bergqvist

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