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    Hyperautomation

    A strategy for increased profitability through E2E automation

    Hyperautomation as a Holistic Strategy

    In today's market situation – especially in view of rapid digital transformation – companies are having to put conventional technologies further and further behind them and focus on agile, process-oriented approaches with fast ROI cycles. The automation of business processes has been developing into a decisive component of digital value creation for several years now. However, the successful use of automation depends heavily on an integrated, end-to-end strategy.

    At Scheer, we've got processes in our DNA and have thus developed a hyperautomation consulting approach for our customers that's both comprehensive and integrated. This approach also involves sustainable planning from an organizational perspective in addition to its technical aspect, which includes the systematic coordination of process mining, RPA, and AI. Make your success measurable!

    With hyperautomation for successful process automation

    In addition to automation, hyperautomation refers to the interaction between humans and algorithms and the interaction between different technologies. The automation of complex business processes is also one of the long-term goals of hyperautomation.

    The focus is on combining advanced technologies such as robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI). As a result, the detection, analysis, design, and control of process steps are continuously optimized by means of automation.

    Technologies

    Organization

    Center of Excellence

    Governance and Responsibilities

    Individual Models

    Decentralized, centralized, or hybrid

    Training and Knowledge Management

    Efficient Business Model

    • Alignment of hyperautomation with organizational or strategic decisions
    • Efficient structures for the development and operation of robots
    • Compliance with regulatory requirements, including those regarding robots
    • Establishment of suitable access restrictions for the traceability and verifiability of work steps performed by robots

    Mindset and Innovation

    Innovation

    Innovative use of existing skills and increased employee satisfaction

    Technology

    Adoption of technological innovation as a principle in corporate culture

    Automation First

    The automation-first approach as a mindset for increased organizational agility based on flexibility at the operational and strategic levels

    Your expert

    Ein Portrait von Scheer Mitarbeiter Jalal Belhilali

    Jalal Belhilali

    Expert Process Automation