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2024 outlook - AI at work

AI alone isn't enough to deliver real business benefits - and businesses are seeing a gap between implementation and results. UiPath's Kelly Ducourty reveals how companies are using automation to put AI to work.

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As supply chains rebalance in 2024, enterprises have eyes on agility

Supply chain disruption in recent years has seen enterprises facing shortages followed by surpluses. Next year we’ll see a rebalancing, says Peter Budweiser of Celonis, as companies find new ways to stay agile and avoid bottlenecks. End-to-end visibility will be key – but the notion of ‘end-to-end’ itself is changing, as process visibility expands beyond enterprise walls.

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Wanting to ground AI in reality for buyers, Kerry Brown, Celonis’ VP of Digital Transformation, talks us through some examples of how AI can be applied to support system transformation today.

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