Rob Koplowitz

VP, Principal Analyst

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Digital Process Automation: An Important Part Of Your Digital Transformation Strategy

Rob Koplowitz July 1, 2019
Driving successful digital transformation will require developing a lot of software — much more than we’ve ever had to in the past. One strategy is to use a digital process automation solution with strong low-code development tools to meet the demand.
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The Four Faces Of Rapid Development

Rob Koplowitz February 28, 2019
Heads up: We’re revising our market segments and vendor assessments in and around low-code development platforms and digital process automation (DPA). This post explains the changes we’re making in 2019. We’re making this change in response to client requirements. All clients are engaged in a scramble to raise the amount of automation in their customer […]
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AI In Retail? Nope — Start With Automation

Rob Koplowitz August 10, 2018
Stories of thrilling, new AI use cases in retail have been popping up in our tech news feeds, whether computer vision, facial recognition, or elimination of human workers. But these sensational accounts miss an important piece of the AI learning curve. A complex infrastructure of end-to-end process automation underpins the flashy technology reflected on the […]
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Farewell

Rob Koplowitz February 18, 2015
After more than eight years, tomorrow will be my last day with Forrester Research. I've loved my time here and this has been a very difficult decision, but in the end the call of helping to build and deliver software solutions to the market got too strong and I'll be returning to product management with […]
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Yup, Facebook At Work Is Real

Rob Koplowitz January 14, 2015
Facebook loves to play and test new things. After a couple of months of rumors, this morning they announced that they're going to play in the enterprise for a while and see if it's fun. And for the first time we have an inkling of what "Facebook at Work" will mean.  First off, we don't […]
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