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    18 Jul 2018

    Robotic Process Automation for the future

    RPA (Robotic Process Automation)-technology is the fastest growing part of the automation sector. It is a well-established technology, especially in Financial Services and Consumer Goods, but is at the early stages of adoption in the Water industry, which is catching up. RPA is especially applicable to the many standardised, repeatable, rules-based and high-volume processes in this sector, such as those introduced through the recent opening up of the non-household market to competition.

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    02 Jul 2018

    Workiva and Baringa Partners Announce Strategic Collaboration

    Baringa Partners will pair Wdesk with their industry expertise and regulatory advisory services to help customers streamline risk and compliance processes and improve datadriven decisions.

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  3. 28 Jun 2018

    Zurich wins DataIQ Data Transformation Award

    Fantastic result and many congratulations to Zurich who were recognised last night at the prestigious DataIQ industry award for their data transformation programme. It has been a privilege for all of us at Baringa to partner and collaborate with you throughout this journey from initial inception through to delivery.

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  4. 26 Jun 2018

    Baringa supports pumped hydro project in Queensland, Australia

    Baringa Partners is delighted to have provided support to Genex as they develop the innovative Kidston solar and pumped-storage project. As market advisor, we have provided long-term revenue projections that help to demonstrate the future profitability of the assets operating in the Queensland region of the National Electricity Market (NEM). Our analysis of both wholesale as well as potential ‘cap contract’ revenues for the pumped storage asset supports the emerging consensus that electricity storage will play a central role in the low carbon transition in Australia.

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  5. 05 Jun 2018

    One in three willing to pay more for electric cars, but it might not be enough to drive uptake

    New research from Baringa Partners, published on World Environment Day, reveals that more than a third of Brits would be willing to pay more to get a 100% electric car than a similar petrol or diesel one. However, Baringa is urging the Government to ensure subsidies remain in place until the cost of electric car ownership comes down further and the public is more convinced of their value. Baringa’s new report, Is the UK ready for electric cars?, reveals that one in three (34%) people are willing to pay a bit more for a 100% electric car compared to an equivalent petrol or diesel model. However, people are only willing to spend a little extra to get behind the electric wheel. Less than one in five (18%) say they are willing to pay up to 5% more, while just 13% say they are willing to pay up to 10% more.

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