New Research Identifies Three-Point Plan to Successful Intelligent Automation Implementations


Businesses need greater executive buy-in, implementation across the organization and more robust governance if their intelligent automation deployments are to succeed, according to new research by Pegasystems Inc.. The global study, conducted by research firm  iResearch , surveyed 1,000 respondents in C-level, vice-president, and director positions from 12 nations and multiple industry sectors on the maturity of intelligent automation projects today.
The study found that the technology is developing at a breathtaking pace and identified three areas crucial for any organization to consider to become an intelligent automation leader.
·         Secure executive buy-in: The vast majority (81%) of intelligent automation deployments today are led by only one individual at the C-level, and these projects may not be reaching their full potential. The 18% of respondents that
report across-the-board C-suite buy-in of such projects demonstrate greater collaboration between the business and technical sides of their enterprise, stronger governance, more cross-department strategies, and more platforms on which to build out new applications.
Businesses running projects with the full support of the C-suite also tend to view low ode and intelligent automation as a means to digital transformation, with 72% of these organizations running low-code projects that are either
considered intelligent or mature. This compares to just 51% of companies whose projects are only CTO-driven and 48% of businesses with only CEO-led projects and whose projects are at a minimum considered integrated.
·         Develop as many champions as possible: Securing support from the top isn’t enough. The research shows the importance of engaging both IT and multidisciplinary business units for true transformation. Fifty-three percent of
respondents who had both the support of the entire executive suite and active participation by all key decision-makers in IT and business operations in their intelligent automation projects reported full collaboration in application building across all business functions, resulting in applications that work with everyone in mind – not just one siloed department. By contrast, barely one quarter of respondents with a single C-suite intelligent automation champion report the same level of business-wide collaboration in the creation of low-code applications.
·         Implement a strong governance framework: When implemented properly, low code can bring business users into the intelligent automation development process. However, just 30% of respondents have a formal governance
structure in place for all their intelligent automation projects to help minimize risk of inconsistencies and maximize business outcomes. This again underlines the importance of executive buy-in; almost half (49%) of projects that are driven by the

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