Hyperautomation stitches disparate technology solutions on a single platform within the enterprise and harvests the total power of integrated automation.It involves automating as many procedures and jobs as is practical within a company. Using BPMS and a low-code/no-code development environment, it is an intelligent integration of tools and technologies like RPA, Big Data, and AI/ML, combined with digital and dynamic workflows. Businesses employ these technologies to automate procedures without involving humans.
It also enables better, cheaper, and faster solution development with 30% reduced effort and cost with Low-code / No-code development environment .
Automation typically takes place on a smaller scale, with solutions for each specific task. However, the term "hyperautomation" refers to the employment of numerous automated methods, like machine learning and robotic process automation, to automate operations in order to achieve automation scales. To become more agile and resilient, organisations today are looking to go beyond automation efforts.
Hyperautomation originated as a result of the need for a more deliberate, disciplined approach to automation that went beyond automating business operations in silos and was applied across the enterprise. Hyperautomation is the expansion of automation with an additional cognitive layer that enables machines, technology, and people to collaborate to deliver value-centric services to customers. In comparison to alternative automation systems, which have a significantly higher total cost of ownership because of their fragmented nature.
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Hyperautomation offers countless benefits. Enterprises want the proper tools to elevate their personnel from routine, repetitive jobs as a result of how digital transformation is changing old business models and customers' increasing expectations. Organizations may free up their crucial resources from these activities with the aid of hyperautomation, which also makes them technological partners and stakeholders in advancing their core businesses in an environment where competition is on the rise.
Hyperautomation offers the simplification, automation, and management of complex workflows inside a business since it unifies the top automation technologies on a single platform.
Through greater efficiencies, improved customer experiences, informed decision-making, higher agility, and cost optimization, it can have a substantial positive impact on the entire value chain.
Enables customers to get outcomes within 8-10 weeks of automation enablement using an Agile approach.
Promotes best of breed environment so that the customer is not tied down to one type of technology.
Unlike the specific technologies that solve one automation problem, Crucible.IQ enables an integrated and seamless automated customer journey throughout the process and across different systems
With the help of hyperautomation, employees are able to work faster, within the resources that are available and with much fewer errors.
It unifies all the diverse technologies within the organisation and aids in maximising integrated automation's full potential by facilitating the creation of automated applications more quickly.
The solution works in conjunction with the customer's environment's current automation technology.
Hyperautomation is designed to simplify processes. By merging duties performed by many divisions, gathering all data and procedures under a single platform would increase the efficiency of the entire firm. As a result, it can be used in a variety of industries, including healthcare, BFSI, retail, and many more. With tools like remote monitoring and digital health aid, to name a few, hyperautomation can assist the healthcare sector in providing better patient-centric care experiences. A significant percentage of labor-intensive, time-consuming manual processing can also be reduced with the help of inventory management and claims processing.
Similar to this, organisations in the retail sector will discover a plethora of advantages including customising the buying experience, lowering cart abandonment, warehousing & inventory, supplier management, risk management, and many more when they start leveraging hyperautomation.