Our enterprise automation series will show you how to eliminate manual tasks and optimize your processes using robotic process automation, business process management and other automation solutions.
What does it mean to reach enterprise automation maturity? Maturity looks different for everyone. The path you take depends on assessing which processes are most in need of transformation, what your existing tech stack looks like and what your business goals are.
Whether you aim to increase data accuracy, mitigate risk, improve customer experience, reduce manual labor costs, enhance employee satisfaction – or a little of everything – we’ll help you create a scalable plan to mature your organization’s automation program.
Read the Series:
Automate Your Business: An Introduction to Enterprise Automation Maturity – Enterprise automation is becoming increasingly common as more and more companies no longer wish to settle for hiring people to do manual tasks. We’ll introduce the methodology of enterprise automation, how to use it to address automation gaps and how it can benefit your business through process and RPA.
Opportunistic Enterprise Automation: Setting the Groundwork for an Optimized Organization – As automation becomes more popular, organizations find themselves dipping their toes in the water. They may get small projects off the ground, but it barely moves the needle for these businesses. The maturity model offers you tools and approaches to be smarter about your organization’s automation goals.
How to Operationalize your Automation Program with a Center of Excellence – At this stage, your organization has embarked on its automation journey and has seen some small successes. All of this success has been mostly incidental or isolated to this point. Continuing along the path to maturity, we’ll demonstrate how building a center of excellence (CoE) fully operationalizes your automation program.
Scaled Enterprise Automation: Adding Scale to Your Automation Program – If you’ve gotten this far, then you know RPA is a powerful way to improve your organization’s efficiency and effectiveness. But as your automation program matures, it can be hard to keep track of all the different parts. Follow the maturity model to ensure that each automation initiative stays aligned with your overall strategy.
How to Optimize Your Automation Program – The most successful automation programs pursue excellence through continual optimization and improvements. You should already have a solid foundation of strategies, tech frameworks and governance. This stage is all about taking your program further to make the entire program more robust. Taking the long view is the best approach to improve the automation program – and the entire organization – over time. We’ll show you how.