The benefits of automation in the workplace are undeniable. This is the reason organisations need to start planning for and investing in it, so as to maximise these many benenits as soon as possible. Among the most notable advantages of automating business processes are, streamlined workflows, standardised processes, faster returns on investment, and increased productivity and reliability.
Needless to say, automation can result in wide-scale enhancements within an organisation’s workflow and these improvements will invariably translate to a bigger bottom line that is the goal of any business.
But now, IT modernisation is now becoming mandatory in this age of digital transformation, and automation is central to this march to modernity. Automating all in one go, however, might not be feasible for most organisations.
A more sensible approach would be to choose one or two potential applications of automation first, whether cloud automation, resource provisioning, configuration, or network management, and focus on them before moving on to other applications—until such time that all critical tasks and processes are automated as needed. It would also help if an organisation leveraged the various tech solutions available out there, and the top choice is Red Hat and its Ansible Automation project.
An automated IT can then help the entirety of the business automate its own critical tasks and processes, in turn accelerating the organisation’s digital transformation to reap its many benefits.
Download this Executive Briefing Note to find out how Red Hat's Ansible Automation can help IT evolve and ultimately become fully automated.