Gartner has named HyperAutomation as its #1 strategic technology trend for 2020 in their recently published “Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020″ report.
“HyperAutomation is an unavoidable market state”
Gartner, in its recent article, stated that “no single tool available today can replace humans in the workplace”. The article further goes on to describe HyperAutomation as a response to this challenge – drawing together different tools, technologies and techniques to amplify a company’s ability to automate more and more processes, rapidly, with better results.
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Gartner defines it as “the combination of multiple machine learning (ML), packaged software and automation tools to deliver work.”
HyperAutomation connects the right technologies to automate, simplify, discover, measure and manage workflows and processes across the enterprise. It helps in bringing together all the components of process automation, integrating tools and technologies that amplify the ability to automate work.
It begins with robotic process automation (RPA) at its core and expands the automation capability with artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, process mining, analytics, and other advanced tools.
The idea behind this is to automate more and more knowledge work and engage everyone in an organization to be part of this digital transformation journey.
HyperAutomation further refers to the steps of automation (i.e., discover, analyze, design, automate, measure, monitor, reassess.)
According to the Gartner Predicts 2020:
“By 2024, organizations will lower operational costs by 30% by combining HyperAutomation technologies with redesigned operational processes.”
With HyperAutomation, you can unlock the maximum potential of your business: Workforce enablement, Employee upskilling, Systems integration, Digital agility and ROI.
Many organizations today are now realizing the business value of Low-Code application development platforms, including how they can solve common development problems like technical debt and process inefficiencies.
The recent research from Gartner explores the firm’s 10 strategic technology trends for 2020 that will drive significant disruption and opportunity over the next five to 10 years. Do you know which one is at the top? It’s HyperAutomation.
A low-code development platform (LCDP) is software that provides a development environment used to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration instead of traditional hand-coded computer programming.