4 Key Considerations: Planning for Smart Automation 2.0

Posted August 25, 2021 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
4 Key Considerations: Planning for Smart Automation 2.0
In most enterprises, business processes are automated in isolation, creating “automation silos” — a major barrier to realizing the fuller potential of enterprise-wide integrated automation. Businesses must take a more strategic approach if they are to break automation silos. This Advisor identifies four key considerations that should go into planning for smart automation 2.0.
About The Author
Aravind Ajad Yarra
Aravind Ajad Yarra is a Wipro Fellow and Chief Architect at Wipro Digital. His areas of focus are emerging technologies and digital architectures. With over 24 years’ experience in the technology services industry, Mr. Yarra helps enterprises adopt emerging technologies to build smart applications leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning, and cloud computing. His current areas of research include quantum computing and decentralized… Read More
Danesh Zaki
Danesh Zaki is a Senior Distinguished Member of the technical staff at Wipro Limited. He has over 22 years’ experience in consulting, architecture, implementation, and development. Mr. Zaki’s core expertise is on enterprise integration covering API management, open source middleware, integration platforms as a service (iPaaS) and service-oriented architecture. He has published white papers and has been a speaker on integration and architecture.… Read More
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