Three concepts to help strengthen your automation strategy

Technology plays an integral role in all areas of the business, including talent, customer service, marketing and sales. Throughout your IT organization, there are processes that can be automated to enhance the work of your staff, making operations more efficient while allowing employees to perform more valuable tasks. In today’s world, everything can’t and shouldn’t be automated, but with many business processes that may have the underlying infrastructure to support artificial intelligence and machine learning technology. There is a function.

To achieve the large and rapid level of support consumers expect, business leaders need to prioritize the overall automation agenda. While these strategies have clear benefits, it’s important for IT leaders to understand how others can derive the best value from their strategies.

Here are three concepts that your organization must adopt to improve the efficiency, productivity, and business value of automation.

1. Appropriate technology. The “wait and see” approach does not always set the team to succeed, so enabling and leveraging the right technology should be the main goal now. There is a reason not to walk from one city to another. Using cars, trains and planes is the most efficient option available. Humans are drawn to what they want to achieve and to add purpose to their lives, whether in terms of experience, safety, convenience or reliability. Enterprises need to understand that people are adopting technology faster than ever before. “Wait and see” doesn’t help your organization move on to the next iteration of your business. Consumers will move to other brands that are already adopting new technologies that they perceive to add value to them.

Proper automation technology is important to staying competitive, but integrating an effective set of processes and best practices is an important first step. Automation and AI are the best enablers to understand and provide the correct predictability needed to leverage data. Combining these technologies with speed is important for companies to successfully expand, differentiate in the market and establish a competitive advantage. Data at operational speed, Automation, and AI are the key elements that enable businesses to become more profitable, scalable, and stop competition.

2. Pattern-based thinking. The information gathered can guide more effective decision making, as the data-driven insight-aggregating approach has historically been point-based. This is a very reactionary approach and may not always be possible in the future. The education system focuses on mathematics and science and helps identify data points that lead to proof-driven decision making. The world is evolving, and the rapid development and deployment of pattern-based experiments is already becoming a differentiator for organizations.

Organizations need to move to a pattern-based model. In this model, the pattern of data itself guides the decision, not the individual metrics. You need to evaluate the pattern while keeping the data points within range. Growing companies are those that evolve to use positive momentum patterns. Technologies like AI improve the diagnosis of patterns and provide the ability to quickly gather insights. For example, in the financial services industry Making a profit by leveraging patterns has been a business model for many years... To become a global and futuristic organization, we need to adopt a pattern-based approach.

3. Past, present and future connections

True value is unleashed if a company can understand the connections that connect the past, present and future. This concept fits into a pattern-based thinking model because it forces a deeper understanding of what happened in the past, and as a result, what is happening now, and the patterns that shape the future. While responsive decision-making has its benefits, a lifelong journey driven by pattern-based insights unleashes new opportunities for value creation. As a result, you can quickly deploy a series of simulations to serve your customer journey and market opportunities. By leveraging past and present data to gain a better understanding of the patterns that drive your business, your organization is ready to make future decisions.

After all, data strategy is about creating value for your customers while understanding the entire market. Value can be derived from many aspects of business strategy, but an organization that recognizes and unleashes the connections between the past, present, and future is the one that provides the true value that consumers perceive.

According to MIT Over 60% of the work done in 2018 was not yet “invented” in the 1940s.. Technology has enabled business and process progress in ways that were previously thought impossible. Taking a step back and thinking about what automation has brought to us and our future, we realize that it will make a big difference. AI and automation enable the future and encourage continued innovation. Organizations that are aware of what automation can do are long-term successes in maximizing AI and ML technology while developing a culture focused on grabbing value from these initiatives. Get ready for.

Sandeep Sachdeva is Vice President of AI and Automation for Sogeti USA, which is part of Capgemini. Sandeep has over 25 years of IT experience. He focuses on building, grooming, and enabling client data and AI transformation journeys while helping businesses secure value from their data. Three concepts to help strengthen your automation strategy

Back to top button