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Intelligent automation with CiGen

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CiGen, one of the first dedicated Robotic Process Automation companies based in Australia, provides Intelligent Automation solutions and services, ushering in the Digital Workforce of the future.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) delivers highly accurate, scalable and rapid execution of business tasks and processes – the time consuming and often repetitive activities that soak up untold resources. In short, if a person can carry out a rules-based process, so too can a digital robot with the correct configuration.

Industry sectors are shaped by their own unique mechanics and cycles, and yet the broader challenges facing business are often the same – intense competition, the necessity of innovation, government regulation, the presence of emerging technology and the influence of global dynamics.

A selection of industry sectors that CiGen can assist include: Financial Services, Insurance & Superannuation, IT & Telecommunications, Government, BPO, Utilities & Energy, Supply Chain & Logistics, Healthcare and Retail.

Robotic Process Automation is a powerful tool that can alleviate the repetitive and time intensive tasks of the modern organisation, freeing up key personnel to concentrate on meeting core challenges and disruptions, whilst re-allocating thought, skills and creativity to innovation, customer engagement and business development.

For more information, please visit www.cigen.com.au

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Now Actually simplifying the new business employment framework

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Now Actually is an outsourced Human Resources company supporting businesses to manage the complex and ever changing employment framework in Australia.

Working across all industries, we provide practical, easy to understand information that allows our clients to focus on their business knowing that the people component is taken care of.

They work with clients to support their HR needs; this involves the employment lifecycle from hire to fire and everything in between. It involves reviewing the people structure, business processes and legislative compliance with a focus on strategic advice.

Now Actually understands that no two businesses are the same which is why we tailor the support to the business needs. Flexibility is a must, adaptability is key. Whether the business is just starting out or is established, the broad experience that Now Actually can offer means that clients get creative solutions tailored to them.

As an agile and adaptive business, they do not have a one solution fits all approach. Their support, advice and strategies are implemented with clients input and are tailored to their requirements at that particular time. They aim to understand the long term vision of the business and what that means from a people perspective.

Engaging in outsourced HR support will provide Management with confidence and assurance that compliance and best practice is delivered. Now Actually provide independent support that is needed in today’s modern workplace. They are professionals with practical advice. What works in one business, may not work in another business. They acknowledge this and adjust their approach accordingly. People are fickle in nature, and as such they are adaptable to the not only the business but the people within it. Flexibility is their greatest asset. They like to work collaboratively and inclusively but most of all, they want to work with people that want to work with them. They are lifelong learners who seek to grow not only as individuals but as a team.

For more information, head to their website.

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Training to your peak with Maximum Potential Calisthenics

The way people train and take care of their body has significantly changed over the years, with bodyweight calisthenics becoming a popular choice for many.

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The way people train and take care of their body has significantly changed over the years, with bodyweight calisthenics becoming a popular choice for many.

Maximum Potential Calisthenics‘ Nathan Leith says there has been a boom over the past 12-24 months in the industry.

“There has been a decrease over the past decade of people wanting to go to the gym,” Leith points out on Ticker News. “They don’t want to build that huge, massive physique.

“A structural shift towards functional training has been seen.

“People want to stay mobile, build strength and learn a few more skills.”

Leith argues there are benefits for people to get into Calisthenics, as it appeals to anyone.

“There is no need for weights, or a gym,” he highlights. “It can be done outside and people seem to love it.”

“Anybody is able to do it, especially if people are able to do the moves and then improve on it.”

Leith also points out form and safety are paramount when doing the exercises, which is why they keep their class sizes small.

“People want to get their form and detail correct,” Leith adds. “Before anyone signs up, we will assess how people perform certain actions. and history.”

For more information, head to their website.

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HCL hitting cricket for six!

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HCL Technologies is a next-generation global technology company that helps enterprises reimagine their businesses for the digital age.

Their technology products, services, and engineering are built on four decades of innovation, with a world-renowned management philosophy, a strong culture of invention and risk-taking, and a relentless focus on customer relationships.

HCL offer an integrated portfolio of products, solutions, services, and IP through our Mode 1-2-3 strategy, built around Digital, IoT, Cloud, Automation, Cybersecurity, Analytics, Infrastructure Management, and Engineering Services, amongst others.

With a worldwide network of R&D, innovation labs and delivery centres, and 187,634 ‘Ideapreneurs’ working in 50 countries, HCL serves leading enterprises across key industries, including 250 of the Fortune 500 and 650 of the Global 2000.

For more information, head to their website.

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