Effective Ways to Adopt Hyper-Automation for Enterprises

Effective Ways to Adopt Hyper-Automation for Enterprises-01

With hyper-automation capabilities, enterprises can revolutionize workflows to increase business efficiencies. 

The entire globe is witnessing a paradigm shift since the pandemic. However, in 2020 during the pre-pandemic era, hyper-automation was cited as the top trending technology as per the Gartner research, which continued to be a top trend in 2022 as well.

The Gartner research also predicts that the market size of software with hyper-automation will reach approximately USD 860 billion by 2025 with a CAGR of 12.3%. Industry 4.0 demands every sector to embrace automation in their workflow and utilize their workforce to accomplish other valuable business goals, and it isn’t an easy task to achieve an enterprise-wide automation adoption without a strategic plan of action.

Here are a few efficient ways for enterprises to adopt hyper-automation at an enterprise scale:

Understand the organization’s goals and vision

The pre-implementation phase involves a considerable amount of brainstorming that CIOs do with the stakeholders and the workforce. It is crucial to get everybody onboard to ensure a successful hyper-automation implementation.

Another crucial aspect to look for during this phase is, understanding the business outcomes post-adoption of this technology. For instance, getting an overview of the impact on the finances or employee and customer experience will help make strategic decisions.

Evaluation and selection of the right hyper-automation tools are among the most crucial tasks of the pre-implementation phase. Because the successful adoption of this technology will majorly depend on the type of automation tools chosen to accomplish the goals. It is essential to select a solution or vendor which is scalable and reliable with expertise in a similar industry.

Design and develop a hyper-automation solution

Once the CIOs have a thorough understanding of what they need, they can design a fresh business model integrating hyper-automation. The CIOs should not consider revamping the entire IT infrastructure to ensure the implementation cost does not exceed the budget. Hence, it is essential that the selected vendor or tool should be able to seamlessly integrate with the existing infrastructure.

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Implementing a new technology might put the existing infrastructure at a threat, risk, or vulnerabilities to new challenges. The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) should consider all the possible threats and ensure that the adoption follows industry or business compliance protocols.

Execute the implementation plan

Change management is one of the most complex challenges enterprises face when adopting a new technology. Taking the workforce in complete confidence by explaining the need and the impact will streamline the process.

Implementing the technology in phases will give enterprises time to breathe and evaluate the success at each stage. Moreover, this strategy will help evaluate the results and impact at every step to make strategic changes before it is too far gone to make any course correction.

Post-implementation monitoring

The CIOs with a strategic response to all the anticipated challenges will assist them in having a successful hyper-automation adoption. Additionally, preparedness to manage all the unanticipated challenges will ensure system continuity. Enterprises with efficient disaster recovery planning in place will have streamlined adoption processes.

An effective strategy to adopt hyper-automation at an enterprise level is the perfect way to ensure successful implementation and ensure a return on investment (ROI)

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Nikhil S is a Tech Journalist with OnDot Media. He is a media professional with eclectic experience in communications for various technology media brands. He brings his eye for editorial detail and keen sense of language skills to every article he writes.