Intelligent automation is helping to create a modern workplace where bots, artificial intelligence, IoT, data analytics and humans work together. Here are 6 tips to spot the right IA technologies:
Working from home was no longer a luxury but a necessity. Paper-based processes became impossible. Unfortunately for many, jobs were lost, and the work of three was given to one.
Business leaders with restricted budgets were suddenly faced with a serious question: What exactly constitutes an essential IT project? And with only a small amount of money to spend, what needed to be prioritised?
In a world where remote work is the norm, technology becomes even more critical. Even more important is the thinking behind the technology. You can choose to be a Frankenstein, where you prioritise patchwork optimisation and temporary fixes, or you can be a butterfly – choosing to rethink your approach and invest in modern, agile and smarter technology. In other words, you can compromise for short-term comfort or you can evolve.
Evolution takes energy. Compromise takes less energy but the long-term price is greater.
Assuming you choose to evolve, the best way to do this is through intelligent automation.
Intelligent automation is no longer this new technology, a shiny toy for rich companies to dabble with. In this new covid-19 world, intelligent automation is essential for all businesses.
In an article from the Boston Consulting Group titled, The Rise of the AI-Powered Company in the Postcrisis World, it was said:
“Companies that are on the forefront of these trends and have already begun the AI journey will thrive in the post-covid world. Again, history provides a guide: during the four previous global economic downturns, 14% of companies were actually able to increase both sales growth and profit margins’. 1
This shows that even when things look bad companies that are constantly innovating and thinking strategically can still thrive – in today’s world, intelligent automation is the key.
Intelligent automation is a name given to a collection of modern, agile and smart technologies. Here are some of the characteristics of true intelligent automation technology.
All of these modern technologies collectively, and when used together, form this ecosystem of technologies that we call intelligent automation. In case it is not already obvious, intelligent automation is not one product. There is no single product that can give you ‘intelligent automation’. Intelligent automation is an ideology. It is a vision. It is an ecosystem of technologies – when used properly and implemented well will allow you to be the butterfly. To evolve and thrive as an organisation in this post-crisis world.
Intelligent automation is helping to create a modern workplace where bots, artificial intelligence, IoT, data analytics and humans work together.
In this modern workplace humans are enabled to do what they do best; think creatively, solve complex problems and connect with other humans. In this modern workplace mind-numbing, boring, repetitive tasks are left to the technologies that can do it 10x faster and with more accuracy.
Here are 6 tips to spot the right IA technologies:
When implemented well intelligent automation should quickly increase productivity, reduce risk and enhance visibility for a human counterpart within four weeks.
Human + bots + AI + low code = a better, faster and more efficient team.
The great thing is you can adapt as you go; scaling when needed, pivoting when necessary. All of this is built in. It’s evolution, perfected.
Be the butterfly, not the Frankenstein.
Speak with the Procensol Team today to arrange a free proof of concept using the leading low-code automation platform Appian.
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