Virtual Event: Driving Efficiency Through Hyperautomation
Harnessing Interoperable Technologies to Facilitate End-To-End Automation
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
Inefficient enterprise architecture can be a devastating hindrance on the productivity of an organization. If automation processes are unable to be scaled to strategic goals and priorities, organizations face a range of obstacles in achieving end-to-end automation. In recent years, the public sector has leveraged Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in automating internal functions. But what if RPA were combined with other existing technologies to offset its downfalls? This is where hyperautomation can help.
Hyperautomation refers to complementary systems of interoperable technologies that can automate business processes. There are several key technologies utilized in hyperautomation, including RPA (Robotic Process Automation), iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMSs), among others. Through integration, the individual limitations of each of these technologies are overcome and agile automation at scale is enabled. By designing IT ecosystems that combine a range of existing tools, governments are presented with opportunities to develop individual technologies while maximizing departmental efficiency.
Public Sector Network’s Driving Efficiency through Hyperautomation Virtual Event will help government departments and agencies leverage multiple technologies, including RPA, AI and machine learning, to deliver more efficient processes with fewer mistakes, workforce optimization, data-driven decision-making and ultimately, better outcomes for citizens.
Realize the benefits of hyperautomation in facilitating end-to-end automation to drive efficiency in your government context
Invest in the development of existing technologies to build strong and sustainable enterprise architecture
Upskill and redistribute an enabled workforce to complete higher value work instead of processing tasks that could be performed by various existing technologies
Create flexible IT ecosystems that can easily support and integrate emerging technologies that may assist in driving efficiency in the future
Dr. Joel Martin
National Research Council Canada
Dr. Sevgui Erman
Communications Security Establishment
Public Sector Network
Manitoba Government Central Services
Bank of Canada