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The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The danger of sourcing low code automation is that fiefdoms can materialize. Without at least federated connective tissue, the possible distributed wins add up to a collective enterprise loss. Only when cross-enterprise workflows weave together technology and talent can the organization achieve innovation.
Turnkey solutions don’t always live up to the hype. Often, timelines are longer than promised and costs are higher than forecasted. But at times, new and innovative technology can help bridge the gap from one reality to another. The true value of that technology can be judged by the length of its tenure in providing true change to the enterprise.
Your roadmap details how you realize your intelligent automation vision. Simply automating repetitive tasks does gain enterprise efficiency and reduces overall cost. But if simply automating repetitive tasks is still your only goal, taking a next step on your intelligent automation journey will be difficult. Iterative change should lead to holistic change for your enterprise. In addition to efficiency and reduced cost, each intelligent automation project can output insights for your enterprise.
Low code automation is often considered business-led technology. The conversation usually starts with the fact that IT is too slow. And continues with the fact that to succeed at the pace of change, technology must exist and be governed on the edge of the enterprise. But what if an enterprise technology leader in the form of a CTO provided the inspiration for digital transformation?