Three myths that prevent organizations moving into cognitive automation
Sudhir Sen debunks popular myths that stand in the way of enterprises adopting cognitive or Intelligent Automation.
Startup hiring to become more prudent in 2018
Shreyas PC, Co-Founder of Option3 shares his thoughts on the changing startup landscape in 2018.
Striking the Balance between a Human and Virtual Workforce for Organizations
Kris Subramanian and Subin Perumbidy, Co-Founders of Option3, share their views on why enterprises need to balance human and virtual workforce to continued success with cognitive automation.
A bootstrapped platform offers automation solutions – in a Jiffy – to Fortune 100 companies
Software-testing tasks, be it the banking, retail, finance, insurance or payments industry, can be laborious and time-consuming to do manually. In addition, a manual approach might not always be effective in finding certain classes of defects - Payeli Ghosh on the Jiffy Platform, opportunities and the road ahead. Read more.
Option3: Test Automation and RPA - The Cognitive Way
Payeli Ghosh, Founder and Sudhir Sen, Co-Founder and Products Head at Option3 speak about the challenges in the automation space and how industries can stand to benefit from a comprehensive cognitive automation package. Read more.
How Option3 Is Creating a Winning Strategy For Its Startup Biz
A diverse group of engineering and management professionals with an entrepreneurial mindset came together to form a customer centric company, solving business problems in SCM, Finance and Data Analytics space with our simple, smart and insightful solutions and products. That was how Option3 was formed. Read more.
Payeli Ghosh: Embracing the Uncertain to Make a Difference
Payeli Ghosh (Founder & Partner, Option3 Consulting), a promising entrepreneur from Bangalore, has had her own share of insecurities to grapple with as she set out to realize her idea of bootstrapping an automation and data analytics product company five years back. Read more.
'A talk in the park was the spark to start up': Payeli Ghosh
In 2012, during a discussion with friends in a park in Bengaluru, Ghosh realized that "there were a lot of services companies but none in the production space. I decided to build something which could provide automation solutions for businesses." Read more.