3 Ways to Maximize the Benefits of Hyperautomation

3 Ways to Maximize the Benefits of Hyperautomation

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All businesses should explore any opportunity to streamline workflows and speed up production. Hyperautomation (i.e., using technology to allow any processes to run without manual intervention) is a chance to give your business process automation efforts the jolt they need to reach their full potential. Could your business optimization strategy use a supercharge? The answer is: yes, it could!

Why organizations need to prioritize hyperautomation

The vast potential and benefits of hyperautomation speak for themselves — lower costs, simpler processes, higher-quality products, and fewer errors, to name a few. However, bringing those outcomes to life isn’t just a plug-and-play scenario.

Enterprises that want to see those pluses come to life and realize the profits resulting from the hard work of changing their systems to handle the load will want to move forward with plans at this time. Put that system in place to realize that spark of genius that hyperautomation will give your business.

How hyperautomation streamlines your business optimization strategy

The surface-level benefits of hyperautomation are just the start of your new productivity. There are many advantages this technology affords that help with making your business more efficient, including:

Improved team collaboration:

Hyperautomation allows you to connect everyone in your organization with every process. For example, you can easily create links between departments like finance, information technology, human resources, and others. If those departments are involved from the start, the digital transformation process gets much more accessible to everyone, especially team members working toward a common goal.

Improved ROI:

What is hyperautomation’s role in improved ROI? Take invoice processing, for example. Hyperautomation allows businesses to automate the end-to-end process. Streamlining such complex procedures across the board ensures your business receives a better return on investment.

Turning the “why” of hyperautomation into wins for your business is critical and doable.

A well-crafted approach brings those benefits to the surface and steers your company toward an uptick in organizational efficiency.

How to see the full array of hyperautomation benefits

Set up for success your hyperautomation and business optimization strategy by following these strategies:

1. Build a tech-savvy team.

Knowing what hyperautomation is and putting it into practice are two different concepts. Craft a team who can differentiate between the two. Hyperautomation is just coming into its own now — and you may need to train some of your employees in the procedures.

You should pick the right talent pool from the start to make things smoother. For example, employees with technical expertise are more likely the best fit for you.

Hyperautomation is not without challenges, and any business should stay wary of the odds.

For example, think about robotic procession automation. These solutions mimic tedious back-office tasks, taking them off human employees so they can focus elsewhere. A credible team of tech experts will identify the potential of combining robotic process automation with business process automation to streamline those workflows faster and in a more profitable manner.

2. Outline all the processes.

If you haven’t already outlined all your processes, do it now. For example, it would help if you clarified in a system which employees are assigned to which task and what technologies or tools they use.

Standardizing processes like this throughout the company will allow everyone to follow the same steps exactly. In addition, taking the time to have a procedure document drawn up will eventually improve the productivity and efficiency of the workflow.

Use models like the digital twin of an organization to enable dashboard operation and real-life models of your current operating model for your team members. This makes it easier to remotely manage everything from a dashboard and visualize what the to-be picture will look like.

3. Understand where the impact will be felt.

When introducing new technologies into existing systems, the byproducts are neither immediate nor similar across the board.

Hyperautomation solutions are filled with business optimization strategy perks, but those advantages materialize differently.

Suppose you want those same results while being less tech-reliant. Low-code development enables your team to build automation from within — but without the troves of program language or coding usually needed.

London’s Heathrow Airport faced that exact issue when it chose to downsize its IT department during the pandemic. To make due, Heathrow instituted low- and no-code practices so employees could build their own automation without assistance from IT experts.

Understanding how hyperautomation affects all processes

Low code matches the efficiency and low cost of voice, requiring less training, and leans on non-technical expertise to get up and running. However, when implementing any new technology, you must know what you’re getting and what could happen down the road.

Construct a list of benefits of hyperautomation you want to attain, then invest in solutions that will assist in making your business more efficient.

Hyperautomation will change the way we automate business processes. However, before opting for this latest automation approach, ensure your business and employees are ready for this transformation. Otherwise, it will be difficult for you to realize the business optimization strategy you have always envisioned.

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Caroline Broms

Global Content Marketing Manager at Mavim

Caroline Broms is the global content marketing manager at Mavim. She is responsible for creating and managing the product marketing content initiatives and campaigns specializing in business process management, DTO, and technology-driven, cost-driven, compliance-driven transformations. She is based out of the Boston, MA office.

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