The next level of automation.
The next level of automation involves centralizing control over enterprise applications. Modern enterprises employ a wide array of business software across every department in the organization. Maximizing the ROI of those applications involves going beyond any basic built-in schedulers they have and integrating each application into an enterprise-wide workflow.
Rounding out the automation continuum is automation for systems and infrastructure. Adding this type of solution allows businesses to enable DevOps, simplify compliance, monitor systems, and meet SLAs efficiently.
While any organization would love to snap their fingers and have fully-implemented, enterprise-wide automation, in reality most businesses turn to automation to solve a specific problem or optimize a single process. What’s important is how their automation expands from there. Streamlining individual processes can save team hours every day, but a solution that can’t expand to other areas of the organization or scale as the business grows provides a poor ROI. When the company inevitably implements different automation solutions to tackle other processes, it creates unnecessary sprawl and complexity. A common example is custom scripting such as API’s. Many IT teams write a script or two to take care of tedious tasks. It works at first, but as the business grows, writing new scripts and maintaining the existing ones becomes as difficult and error-prone as manual processes.
A digital workforce of software robots can adapt to new requirements and scale along with the business.
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