We are entering a new era of enterprise automation, thanks to the introduction of robotic process automation (RPA) combined with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). The tantalizing prospect for business leaders is a balanced workforce of human and digital workers that will expedite value delivery.
To be successful in exploiting RPA, senior executives must identify and then deal with impeding roadblocks at the outset of the automation journey, just as organizations have done with their enactment of cloud-first strategies during the past decade.
Roger Camrass, Research Director at CIONET* examines how to undertake a successful automation journey by adopting a comprehensive governance model that supports selective pilots and subsequent large-scale deployments. The model touches on people, processes, and technologies, giving guidance for business leaders on the most productive areas to address based on recent case studies.
The implementation of successful automation pilots and scale-ups relies on financial investment, strong technical and business skills, and carefully crafted partnerships with external vendors.”
Roger Camrass • Research Director, CIONET
The playbook covers the key points of governance:
Developing an Automation Operating Model
Building a Centre of Excellence
Adopting an automation roadmap
Establishing automation pilots
Governing automation scale-ups
Creating the foundations for success
Taking the next steps towards enterprise automation
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*CIONET is the leading community of IT executives in Europe. With a membership of over 10,000 CIOs, CTOs, and IT Directors. Its mission is to help IT executives achieve their aspirations.