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Accelerate Your Automation Processes
Integrate automation solutions and take the first steps to building an automation suite.
Your organization needs to:
- Define an automation suite for the business.
- Specify the business goals for your automation suite.
- Roadmap your automation modules to continually grow your automation platform.
- Identify how an automation suite can help the organization improve.
Start small and do it right:
- Assess if a particular solution works for your organization and continually invest in it if it does before moving onto the next solution.
- Overwhelming your organization with a plethora of automation solutions can lead to a lack of management for each solution and decrease your overall return on investment.
Impact and Result
- Define your automation suite in terms of your business goals.
- Take stock of what you have now: RPA, AIOps, chatbots.
- Think about how to integrate and optimize what you have now, as well as roadmap your continual improvement.
Accelerate Your Automation Processes Research & Tools
Start here – read the Executive Brief
Read this Executive Brief to find out why your organization should accelerate your automation processes, review Info-Tech’s methodology, and understand the ways Info-Tech can support you in completing this project.
1. Discover automation suite possibilities
Take hold of your current state and assess where you would like to improve. See if adding a new automation module or investing in your current modules is the right decision.
2. Chart your automation suite roadmap
Build a high-level roadmap of where you want to bring your organization's automation suite in the future.
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What Is a Blueprint?
A blueprint is designed to be a roadmap, containing a methodology and the tools and templates you need to solve your IT problems.
Each blueprint can be accompanied by a Guided Implementation that provides you access to our world-class analysts to help you get through the project.
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Guided Implementation 1: Scope current state
- Call 1: Scope requirements, objectives, and your specific challenges.
Guided Implementation 2: Assess maturity
- Call 1: Assess current maturity level.
- Call 2: Identify target-state capabilities.
Guided Implementation 3: Define initiatives
- Call 1: Identify relationship between current initiatives and capabilities.
- Call 2: Create initiative profiles.
Guided Implementation 4: Identify risks and budget
- Call 1: Identify strategy risks.
- Call 2: Identify required budget.
Guided Implementation 5: Plan improvements and next steps
- Call 1: Identify and prioritize improvements.
- Call 2: Summarize results and plan next steps.
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