Hyperautomation and robotic process automation (RPA) are both technologies that are closely related. Hyperautomation refers to the use of multiple technologies, such as RPA, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other automation tools, to automate and optimize business processes to improve efficiency and reduce errors. RPA, on the other hand, is a subset of hyper-automation and focuses specifically on automating repetitive, rule-based tasks using software robots.

In terms of the correlation between hyperautomation and the dominance of RPA, it can be seen that RPA is a critical component of hyper-automation. As more organizations are adopting hyper-automation strategies, the dominance of RPA is increasing. At the same time, RPA is also evolving to become more sophisticated and capable of handling complex tasks, which in turn is further increasing the adoption of hyper-automation.

Overall, hyper-automation and the dominance of RPA are closely intertwined and are both becoming increasingly important in helping organizations streamline their operations and gain a competitive edge.

Takeaways from the talk:

  • HyperAutomation brings several advantages, including increased efficiency, improved accuracy, and reduced costs.
  • Using automation technologies such as robotic process automation (RPA), organizations can streamline their processes to reduce the time and resources required to complete tasks.
  • Additionally, RPA can reduce the risk of errors and improve the quality of work output. It can also reduce the need for human intervention in routine tasks, freeing up employees to focus on higher-value activities.
  • Overall, the combination of HyperAutomation and RPA can help organizations achieve greater levels of productivity, accuracy, and cost savings.

May 26 @ 15:45
15:45 — 16:30 (45′)

Desiree McIntosh-Mothapo