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AI has become central to automation initiatives: Newgen Software’ CEO
The pandemic forced businesses of all sizes and shapes to examine their operations and determine if the systems they had in place were assisting—or impeding—their ability to survive. As a response to these “business as usual” disruptions, investments in AI platforms have significantly increased in response to these disruptions to "business as usual".
After two years of turmoil, businesses now understand that they must have the resilience to face any unforeseen scenario. Businesses are utilising cutting-edge technology, including artificial intelligence …