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If you're a business owner or a CXO, think about how much time you could save if certain day-to-day operations happened automatically. You could delegate your least favorite tasks to the robots and save the fun stuff for yourself.
No more tedious number-crunching.
No more sifting through piles of job applications.
No more sending out endless paperwork, emails, and forms.
Instead, you get a more productive workplace full of happier employees who can devote their time to more important things. And you'll make more money, too.
That's the idea behind hyperautomation, which Gartner named one of the top tech trends in 2021.
"Hyperautomation is irreversible and inevitable. Everything that can and should be automated will be automated," states the global research and advisory company's website. They also claim that it's the key to both digital operational excellence and operational resiliency for organizations.
But what is hyperautomation and how can it benefit your business? If you've given it a try, you can probably attest to its usefulness. But if you haven't, here's what you need to know.
What is hyperautomation?
The word "hyperautomation" can sound big and intimidating, but it's a pretty simple concept. Basically, it means using advanced technologies to automate any tasks that can be automated in an organization. This might include onboarding customers, sending emails, analyzing data, or anything else your business does routinely.
In other words, hyperautomation makes life easier for everyone. And if your business hasn't jumped on the hyperautomation train yet, you will once you learn what a difference it makes.
How hyperautomation can help your business
Organizations are dragged down by something called organizational debt. This includes technical, process, data, and architecture debt. Collectively, this debt affects revenue, customer experience, productivity and growth.
According to Intelgic Innovations, a leading automation service provider in the U.S., hyperautomation helps businesses reduce organizational debt. Robotic process automation (RPA), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other task automation tools increase productivity and margin. They can do the same tasks that humans can do, but with greater speed and accuracy.
Each day, an employee spends approximately 30% of their time on repetitive tasks, which reduces their productivity. But a rules-based process can be almost 70%-80% automated using RPA.
As you automate these tasks, other benefits will start to snowball:
- You can reduce operational costs by 25–50%.
- You can quadruple your return on investment (ROI).
- You can improve productivity by 25–40%.
- You can keep employees free to focus on value-added tasks.
- You'll save money because digital workers can provide 20% of full-time equivalent (FTE) capacity.
Over time, you'll see that the minimal investment required for hyperautomation yields big results.
How to implement hyperautomation into your business
Some businesses like the idea of hyperautomation but aren't sure how to get started with it. The best thing to do is to reach out to experts who can help you assess your needs and choose the right tools.
Intelgic is a Texas-based digital transformation company that focuses on helping organizations automate business processes. Their RPA platform, Process Bot, is a complete robotic process automation platform designed for businesses of all sizes.
It's a highly-secured, no/low code platform for business owners who want to automate their processes without the help of highly skilled developers. Process Bot comes with inbuilt analytics that provides clear ROI insights and Digital Worker's performance information in real time.
There are many RPA companies like UIpath, Automation Anywhere and Blue Prizm who also provide RPA platforms with similar capabilities.
Of course, RPAs are just one of many tools that Intelgic and other companies offer to help with hyperautomation. Depending on your needs, you might also benefit from AI and other automation tools and integration technologies.
Try Process Bot for free
As a global hyperautomation company serving mid to large enterprises in the U.S., Middle East, Korea, and India, brands all over the world trust Intelgic's technologies. (Aptive Environmental LLC, Petromin, Dukan, SoliD, Al Dabaggh Group, JSW, and Ashok Leyland are a few names on their client list.)
If you're curious to see why these companies use and trust Intelgic, now's your chance to try their technology at no cost. Process Bot has a developer's edition, which you can download for free by visiting their webpage. (To access all the documentation for Process Bot, click here.)
Hyperautomation is the way of the future — and Intelgic can help you navigate your way there. To learn more, visit intelgic.com.