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Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Seeking Hyperautomation?

Should be started by addressing key processes.  Automating and checking the results, while putting in place a means of re-checking the results over time.  Schedule re-checks in  context.  Make sure all stake-holders get a serious look.  

At What Point Does Hyperautomation End? It Doesn’t   by 7wData

Founder & CEO at Ephesoft. Passionate tech innovator, speaker and obsessed with hyperautomation and providing IDP solutions to customers.

We’ve hit four-wheel overdrive when it comes to intelligent enterprise automation spearheading its way across the enterprise. Even in rough and competitive terrain, technology continues to push barriers, accelerate processes and venture into uncharted territory. Hyperautomation is the approach many businesses are immersing themselves in to break away from the pack by automating everything that can be automated to drive operational efficiencies, innovation and growth while meeting customer and employee expectations.

According to MarketWatch, the hyperautomation market is expected to reach $319.9 billion by 2027 and is anticipated to grow more than 9% over the forecast period until 2027. Hyperautomation is not a trend—it is here to stay. I think we all agree that there will always be a quest for improved and faster technology.

Research shows that over 50% of CEOs seek growth as their top business priority, according to a recent Gartner report. As a result of this objective, hyperautomation projects are being tackled throughout the enterprise as individual departments are aiming to streamline efficiency and grow profits. In fact, over 56% of organizations had an average for four or more—sometimes even more than 10—automation projects going simultaneously.  .... ' 

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