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Improving the Robotic / Human Interface



A guest article by Dr. Theresa Szczurek, former CIO / Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Information Technology for the State of Colorado.

WHAT IS RPA? It stands for Robotic Process Automation. According to Wikipedia, “Robotic process automation is a form of business process automation technology based on metaphorical software robots or on artificial intelligence / digital workers. It is sometimes referred to as software robotics.” RPA for government and business services is commonly implemented as chatbots, voicebots, or Interactive Voice Response (IVR) systems.

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE? RPA is a hot technology trend because it provides value. Gartner in its 2021 Magic Quadrant for Robotic Process Automation report states, “Robotic process automation remains the fastest-growing software market, as RPA is one of the most popular choices for improving operational efficiency with tactical automation.”

HOW DOES IT RELATE TO CHOICEVIEW? ChoiceView® augments and enhances RPA by joining a data session to a phone call and introducing a brand new ‘voice with visuals’ experience for users. It’s a new type of phone call positioned between a standard (PSTN) phone call and a videoconference. It’s easy to add a ChoiceView visual dimension to Amazon Connect, Twilio, Avaya, and many other contact center platforms.

WHAT ARE BENEFITS OF CHOICEVIEW RPA? RPA improves operational efficiency through automated transactions. Visual RPA with ChoiceView steps up the game by delivering even faster and easier-to-understand automation, resulting in higher user satisfaction and better call containment. Learn more and see use cases.

Shouldn’t we expect this voice-and-visual capability on the routine calls we make everyday?

Dr. Richard A. Davis

Dr. Davis’ personal mission for two decades has been the improvement of consumer and business transactions using voice/data technologies. In 1990, he co-founded Radish Communications Systems Inc. to invent, develop, and pioneer a new modem protocol for sending data during ordinary phone calls.

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