Hyperautomation is a mix of automation technologies, which allows organizations to quickly identify, control and automate as many processes as possible.
Combined, these technologies allow companies to make business processes more efficient and faster, reducing errors and increasing productivity: in fact, the true potential of hyperautomation lies precisely in the fact that the different technologies, already effective, are used simultaneously to transform processes, making them increasingly intelligent, automated, and digitized.
It is a widespread trend, increasingly considered an essential tool within the corporate strategies of all sectors to achieve process efficiency.
It represents a decisive tool to support the decision-making process, helping organizations to pursue informed choices: the automation and standardization of processes makes available a great amount of structured data, which can be monitored and analyzed to direct strategic decisions of business. For the introduction of hyperautomation in the company to be successful, organizations need to define a coherent and structured strategy, starting from the identification of inefficiencies in existing processes.