Many companies see automation as something they can just install and run with little effort. While it’s natural to want to launch automation quickly, there are a few things you need to consider to ensure that your new program runs smoothly. Without standards for effective execution, many automation programs stall, forcing companies to go back to square one to fix everything.
Considerations for effective execution include organizing how automations are built, determining process life cycles, and aligning leadership. It’s important for companies to have an automation Center of Excellence that can help oversee all of this, including development and IT staff training.
Ultimately, effective execution is about leadership working with teams throughout the company to deliver standardized automation solutions that really work. To learn how to make sure your automation program is being executed effectively, watch the second episode of our webcast, Automation Airwaves.