For many organizations, implementing end-to-end process automation at scale is challenging; legacy infrastructure limits business agility, diverse technologies are hard to integrate, and teams work in silos. To address this challenge, some large organizations are establishing Process Automation Centers of Excellence (CoE) to strategically drive the adoption of process automation across teams and technologies.
If centralizing process automation sounds appealing to you, read on. We’ll walk through an approach that many teams and CoE leaders have successfully used to kick off a larger, organization-wide process automation effort.
By adding at least some centralization to the mix, your team could experience the following benefits:
- End-to-end process orchestration
- IT/business stakeholder alignment
- Optimization and Measurability