On the global scene, technology has revolutionized and automated the work operations of many industries. However, only a few organizations have made significant strides in the adoption of enterprise automation. With evolving technologies like robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence, organizations are taking a fresh view of their operation entirely.
This revolution is also about executives stepping up to iron out the fundamentals of business transformation. That is the point when companies can expect some larger-scale paybacks through value drivers.
There is a great need to shift enterprise value, realign the workforce and achieve economies of operational scale. In the fast-paced technology shift, organization leaders need to create strategy and governance models that are unique to their business model with the vision to evolve into a cognitive-oriented enterprise.
Enterprise automation attracts upfront and ongoing costs but delivers benefits like cost reduction and better-controlled operations.
Cost drivers in enterprise automation delivery are:
Analysis and controls
IBM’s white paper, Designing for enterprise automation, provides a strategy and governance for data capture, robotics, autonomics and the path to cognitive. Learn more about a framework for enterprise automation by downloading the white paper.