Identifying and Addressing Top Automation Opportunities in Fortune 500 Companies
Harnessing automation to perform tasks that traditionally require human intervention is more than a passing trend, it’s a transformative shift. Successful automation can lead to significant financial and operational benefits, including a decrease in operational costs, fewer errors, and an optimized allocation of resources.
Learn more about the five criteria business leaders should examine to determine if pursuing automation is worthwhile, in the latest insight from DayBlink Consulting’s Applied Automation group: Connor Parkinson on Medium.
About the Authors
Connor Parkinson is a Consultant within DayBlink Consulting’s Applied Automation Group.
John Morris is a Partner and Practice Lead of DayBlink Consulting’s Applied Automation Group.
Joe Murray is a Partner and Practice Lead of DayBlink Consulting’s Applied Automation Group.