Recognize these issues?
Activities are initiated successfully, and some results are seen, but a connection to business drivers remains low:
Roles and responsibilities do not fully reflect the multidisciplinary engagement of IT, the business and or third-party providers:
Are the roles of internal CoE, business units, and third parties unclear when it comes to decision making (e.g. design approval and deployment)? Is this leading to prolonged schedules, delays in benefit realization, or unstable automation when best practices are not followed?
Opportunity identification is only undertaken for a few support functions – meaning core business processes are not discovered as automation opportunities?
We’ll accelerate the speed and quality of automation implementation by launching models into practice.
A thorough analysis of the “as is” and hands-on implementation of the “to be”.
Our most senior resources experienced in disruptive automation technologies with the necessary industry expertise to drive your success.