With a detailed action plan, you can be ready to scale up to production within just three months.
Raise awareness across functions of what intelligent automation can do, and define who will lead the charge.
Consider all existing channels and in-flight programs to reduce any business disruptions.
Dedicated financial and human resources will become critical success factors.
A core, blended delivery team is essential in establishing the tools and methods that will enable your intelligent automation program.
Agree on a methodology that will work in your organization to assess opportunities and aid deployment.
This will help you identify quick wins and deliver value early using predefined prioritization criteria.
Consider automation in conjunction with other transformation levers such as process engineering and system integration.
Review the existing technology landscape in detail to prepare your infrastructure.
Agree on how you will build an internal automation capability.
Choose a vendor that meets the needs of today and tomorrow and gives you scalability and accelerated integration across different products.
Test to see whether the vendor’s technology is fit for purpose, robust and scalable across your organization.
This will become a critical element to move into production at scale, beyond the first 100-day period.
The new digital operation will require a framework for governance and change.
Outline what your automation journey looks like based on your defined case for change and business priorities.
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