While automation isn’t the newest form of technology in the press today, it is arguably primed to have the greatest impact on how people and businesses operate in the next decade.
From an enterprise standpoint, many business and IT leaders have already begun to take steps to leverage automation.
On the other side of the coin, many still struggle to identify the most beneficial tasks to automate; to successfully sell the idea to stakeholders; and to learn (or hire) the technical expertise required for its execution.
Regardless of what stage a business is at in their automation journey, the answers to these four questions should serve as the foundation for their initiatives:
- What is automation?
- What do we automate?
- Why do we automate?
- When do we automate?
Read the full article titled “What, Why, and When to Automate” as BitTitan’s CEO Geeman Yip spells out what, why and when businesses should automate.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “What, Why, and When to Automate” published in The Business Times on 9 May, 2018. The article was originally posted on InfoWorld in January 2018.