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Four Key Steps To Integrate Intelligent Automation Into Your Business


Want to improve the quality and efficiency of your business? Intelligent automation is the answer. Follow these four critical steps to help you integrate intelligent automation with success and ROI. To increase efficiency, save money and thrive as a business, your organisation needs to become an'intelligent enterprise'. While an intelligent enterprise will use a range of tools, processes and information for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, a significant proportion of the success will be attributable to intelligent automation.

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Intelligence automation is the combination of modern predictive technologies like machine learning, artificial Intelligence, data-Sciences etc. along with existing automation to transcend conventional rate of efficiency, quality and profits. Intelligent automation is starting to change the way business is completed in nearly every sector of the economy. Intelligence Automation systems sense and synthesizer vast amounts of information and can automate entire process or workflows, learning and adapting as they go. Artificial intelligence and automation are hardly new, but the technologies have progressed substantially in a recent years. Advances in Machine learning techniques, enhancements in sensors, and ever- greater computing power have helped create a new generation of hardware and software package robots with practical applications in nearly every industry sector.

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According to a recent study by IDC, intelligent automation (IA) is a key component of the future workspace because of its ability to enable secure access to content and content-centric workflows at any time, from any place.

You Know Automation Can Help You Grow, But Are You Struggling to Get Started?


They're solving point problems in various departments (HR/marketing/finance, etc.) with automation – but to grow the business holistically, automation needs to be a strategic objective. To achieve this, effective integration and scaling is needed – i.e. taking these siloed innovations and leveraging them across the company to fuel growth. A recent report from HFS Research found that most businesses have yet to scale their Intelligent Automation programmes, and that some 90 percent aren't taking an integrated approach. The greatest barriers they face include the absence of a clear organisational vision and a talent gap. Until those are overcome, these companies will be hard-pressed to achieve an integrated Intelligent Automation solution that effectively scales.