Process Automation

Intelligent Automation: Simplifying your IT and Business Processes

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Machines and processes are getting smarter at running themselves. Repetitive and time-consuming tasks now either don’t need or require very minimal human supervision. Workers are being freed up to think more creatively and ambitiously about their jobs. Instead of being tied down to tedious responsibilities, new worlds are opening up. This is automation in action today!

Why should you adopt Automation? We think there are upto 6 factors driving the rapid and widespread adoption of Automation. Watch the webinar to explore your own factors and find out how IBM has helped your peers in industry across the world automate their processes by, where Divya Rajagopal describes how IBM can help you as well.

More and more organizations are now starting to adopt automation and reap the benefits of cost savings and productivity gains. There are 3 levels of Automation that you could explore:

  • Foundational
  • Advanced
  • Intelligent

While one can imagine how automation may be true for old school manufacturing companies, many of the organizations that we call born-on-the-web today operate entirely in virtual worlds, delivering services & experiences to customers riding entirely on the back of IT infrastructures and processes. IT today is getting extremely complex with hybrid, multi-cloud environments. The CIO’s office has to constantly remain on top of a variety of parameters like provisioning of infrastructure, compute power, backup readiness, network, etc. IBM can help automate these processes to a large extent through our process automation capabilities.

Product Marketing Leader - Industry & Services - IBM India/South Asia

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