Introduction of Hyper Automation
Hyper-automation works in tandem with advanced technologies, including Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), to automate evolving processes and improve humans.
Hyper-automation can have a huge impact on your business across a variety of tools. Which will speed up the work in an automated way many times over, and now the scope of automation has expanded in many places (e.g., discovery, analysis, design, automation, measurement, monitor, re-evaluation, etc.).
So we can say that hyper-automation is actually a combination of technologies that increase and expand human capacity and increase work output. Because machines can always do more than humans, and they have no fatigue.
Differences between automation and Hyperautomation
The difference between automation and hyperotomation is often unclear. Automation refers to the achievement of repetitive tasks without manual intervention. This usually happens on a small scale, creating solutions designed to solve individual tasks.
In contrast, hyperotomation refers to the use of multiple automation tools that enable intelligent automation, including machine learning and robotic process automation to scale automation initiatives.
Why is hyper-automation different from regular automation
When we think of automation, words like robotic process or automation come to mind. However, hyper-automation is an ecosystem of technologically advanced tools and they are combined to create a new way of working. As technology is being innovated through this, its use is also increasing all over the world.
This means that low-cost tasks are best performed with automation tools, machine learning, and advanced artificial intelligence so that the outputs can be generated automatically and run efficiently without the slightest human intervention.
Then, together with people, hyper-automation can create a workplace that is always informed, able to use data and insights to make quick and accurate decisions.
The combination of RPA and AI technology provides the power and flexibility to automate where automation has never been possible before: unregistered processes that rely on structured data inputs.
What is Hyperautomation used for
As mentioned earlier, the concept of hyper automation works in most industries and in many applications. More specifically, hyper automation has seen widespread implementation in the following areas:
- Banking and financial institutions
- Retail business
- Insurance company
- Healthcare and hospital
- Manufacturing company
- Public and private sector