From Zero to 100: A Practical Framework to Jumpstart Your Test Automation Program

Joseph B. Hash

Now more than ever, rigorous usability testing of your HIT systems is essential to ensuring quality across the continuum of care. However, the expertise and volume of staff required, aggressive timelines, and complex technical environments create considerable strain on the best internal teams—even more so on those that rely heavily on manual testing.

In this session, we will discuss challenges related to setting up your automation program, how to unlock the potential of test automation and how to determine which workflows can be automated. We will show you how using artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze your applications can identify patterns

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Don’t let coronavirus derail your financial plans

Joseph B. Hash

Many people are fearful about the financial implications of the Covid-19 emergency which, in the space of a few short weeks, has totally transformed life as we know it. 

The downturn in markets has obviously affected our investments and long-term savings, but many families are scrambling to deal with the income hit as jobs are furloughed and bonuses cancelled.

Add to this the growing sense that things will probably get worse before they get better and it can be hard to see a way through. 

Rather than panicking, now is the time to take steps to improve your relationship with

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Postponement of Atos’ 2020 Analyst Day

Joseph B. Hash

Paris, April 2, 2020

Due to the exceptional circumstances linked to the Covid-19 epidemic and the associated logistics constraints the Group has decided to postpone the Analyst Day initially scheduled on April 22 and 23, 2020.

A new date will be announced for the Analyst Day at the earliest convenience.

As a reminder the Group will publish its Q1 revenue on April 22d, 2020.



About Atos

Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with 110,000 employees in 73 countries and annual revenue of € 12 billion. European number one in Cloud, Cybersecurity and High-Performance Computing, the Group provides

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U.S. Consumer Prices Tumble 0.4% in March

Joseph B. Hash

U.S. consumer prices fell by the most in more than five years in March as the coronavirus pandemic pummeled demand, fueling concerns that the economy is heading toward deflation.

The Labor Department reported Friday that the consumer price index dropped 0.4% last month amid a sharp decline in the cost of gasoline and record decreases in hotel accommodation, apparel and airline ticket prices.

The decline in the CPI was the largest since January 2015 and was slightly below economists’ estimates of a 0.3% slide. Prices had gone up 0.1% in February before the coronavirus crisis escalated.

In the 12 months

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