A Corporate Perspective On The Low-Code Automation

Published on 04 Jan 2022

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Enterprises are confronted with significant difficulties and opportunities posed by new data sources and ever-expanding chances for client involvement. Businesses are turning to intelligent automation to satisfy rising demand, minimize inefficiencies, and quickly deploy digital solutions.

Intelligent automation drives the Center-outTM strategy of linking operational operations with consumer experiences. Intelligent automation weaves together centralized artificial intelligence (AI), hybrid robotic process automation (RPA), and low-code software development using case management as the foundation to bridge the gap between the data you have and the experiences you want your customers and teams to have.

However, not all methods of intelligent automation are clever or effective in the same way. Understanding how industry leaders are utilizing intelligent automation and how other organizations are being held back can assist a company in determining the best path forward in its automation journey that genuinely meets fundamental business needs.

Here are some key points from this white paper that will help you remember what you learned:

Don't Fall Behind

A leader in intelligent automation just a few years ago would be considered a laggard by today's standards. Our survey data conclusively reveals that intelligent automation is evolving at an astounding rate, indicating that organizations that do not consistently analyze and update their technology and processes are at a competitive disadvantage. Although AI and RPA appear to be cutting-edge technologies, the study's organizers claim they are now focusing their efforts on low-code solutions.

Obtain Executive Support

The poll provides a plethora of data points that indicate a link between intelligent automation maturity, executive buy-in, and collaboration. Processes and governance may transform disjointed, uncoordinated intelligent automation into a unified plan for current and future deployments when leadership is aligned.

Incorporate Company Strategies 

Laggards may not yet grasp the importance of involving business users in the development process from the start. Leaders, on the other hand, have understood that collaboration, beginning with the prototype stage, leads to improved user experience, greater regulatory compliance, and low-code applications that meet business objectives.

Implement robust processes to gain enterprise-wide support.

Companies that are at the forefront of intelligent automation do more than simply recognize its value. They actively encourage engagement in all parts of digital transformation and low-code development, demonstrating the business value of such breakthroughs.

Plan And Put In Place A Strong Governance System

Leaders acknowledge the importance of standardizing intelligent automation guardrails. Intelligent automation deployments, according to them, adhere to overarching principles that allow for scale and reusability. Laggards will be operating inside an informal framework – or will be functioning without any scaffolding at all.

Download to read the full whitepaper and get a comprehensive overview of an enterprise view of the low-code automation landscape.