Designing for enterprise automation

Strategy and governance for data capture, robotics and autonomics

whitepaper

With new technologies like automation revolutionising the workforce, it’s difficult to say what the next five years, even one or two years, will look like. Armed with the knowledge of cost drivers and technology environments, companies can align their automation needs with their operational strategy to take advantage of new opportunities as they emerge.

This whitepaper explores robotics and process automation technologies, including questions executives should ask when considering firm-wide automation decisions, IBM’s five key elements for enterprise automation strategy and more. 

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