“Hyperautomation will eliminate all jobs! . Hyperautomation is only for IT departments! . Hyperautomation is expensive! .”
Are you one of the many people who have experienced similar hunches and desired input from professionals?
If so, rest assured we have you covered.
Hyperautomation, which integrates advanced technologies such as AI, machine learning, and process mining, is a popular trend among organizations worldwide. However, several myths surrounding hyperautomation prevent businesses from realizing their full potential.
A recent panel discussion by the Aicorespot team featured esteemed leaders in the fields of automation and technology, these myths were debunked, and valuable insights and perspectives were shared. The panel was moderated by Rajendra Magadum, Chief Business Officer – Asia-Middle East-India, InfoVision (Moderator).
The panelists unanimously agreed that one of the main challenges faced by organizations is identifying the right technology and managing necessary changes, which hyperautomation can now address.
By streamlining and unifying workflows, optimizing processes, and providing real-time data and analytics, hyperautomation can help businesses overcome industry challenges such as
- tedious manual tasks,
- siloed systems,
- data inefficiencies,
- human errors, and
- lack of visibility into key business processes.
The speakers also emphasized that hyperautomation is not a one-size-fits-all solution and can be customized to meet each organization’s specific needs and goals.
It is crucial to debunk these myths and take a strategic and realistic approach towards hyperautomation to fully leverage its potential and revolutionize the way businesses operate.
While recounting their experiences, the speakers enlisted some common myths of hyperautomation and separated the facts from the myths. Here are a few of the most common myths about hyperautomation that the panelists brought to the discussion table:
- Hyperautomation is like landing man on Mars or is not doable
- Hyperautomation will eliminate all jobs
- Hyperautomation is only for large enterprises
- Hyperautomation is only for IT departments
- Hyperautomation is a one-time project
- It is going to be expensive
- Hyperautomation is a one-size fits all model
- Are we losing the ‘personal touch’ with hyperautomation
- Hyperautomation is a quick fix
- Hyperautomation is only for repetitive tasks
To identify how the global expert leaders are debunking the myths around hyperautomation and working around it, to benefit to the best of it, watch the complete panel discussion.
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