Say you’ve automated most of an end-to-end business process using RPA, some AI and just a touch of machine learning. There’s just one sub-process where a human needs to be involved… oh, and the initial input comes from data entered by a natural language processing automation, and you want human quality control there too. How do you weave the human and digital elements of your processes together to get the most value and efficiency from your automation programs?
The answer is process orchestration. Granting you visibility and autonomy over the entirety of your business workflows, process orchestration elevates productivity. In a recent article, Bots & Beyond host Wayne Butterfield predicts that process orchestration will move beyond the fringe and enter mainstream ways of working in 2023. Why? Well, it’s just like the scenario we described above: as companies invest in multiple automation technologies, the need to enable humans and digital workers to operate together efficiently is vital to unlocking true value.
In this episode of Bots & Beyond, we deep dive into the topic of process orchestration with Enate CEO James Hall. Listen in to the discussion to find out what it is and the business case for why it’s something you should consider as part of your broader automation journey.