End to End Automation: A Game Changer for Improving Workforce Efficiency

As enterprises seek to automate more of their knowledge work and repetitive processes, they’re looking for new ways to leverage technology to speed and streamline the effort. Traditionally, these challenges have been addressed individually with a variety of different automation strategies, but increasingly businesses are integrating their automation efforts into a single approach that is easier to manage, less costly, and more effective.

This technique, called end-to-end automation, integrates several tools and technologies into a core platform driven by robotic process automation (RPA). By incorporating artificial intelligence, machine learning, data analytics, natural language processing, and advanced business process automation into an RPA platform, companies are beginning to automate more tasks and manual processes to get work done more quickly and efficiently, freeing up the workforce to concentrate on more innovative, revenue-generating responsibilities.

Through end-to-end automation, RPA is swiftly becoming a valuable platform for advancing business process like inventory management, financial reporting, service desk management, and more. It is transforming previously manual tasks by allowing such offerings as self-service catalog ordering, accelerated software development, and automated HR and back-office operations.

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  • Bill Kleyman
    Bill Kleyman
    Executive VP of Digital Solutions and Contributing Editor
    Switch and ITPro Today

    Bill brings more than 15 years of experience to his role as Executive Vice President of Digital Solutions at Switch. Using the latest innovations, such as AI, machine learning, data center design, DevOps, cloud, and advanced technologies, Bill delivers solutions to customers that help them achieve their business goals and remain competitive in their market. An active member in the technology industry, he was ranked #16 globally in the Onalytica study that reviewed the top 100 most influential individuals in the cloud landscape; and #4 in another Onalytica study that reviewed the industry’s top Data Security Experts.

  • Jagjit Dhaliwal
    Jagjit Dhaliwal
    Global CIO Industry Lead

    As a VP-Global CIO Industry Lead at UiPath, Jagjit works closely with UiPath customers CIOs assisting with their automation strategy. He brings over 20 years of technology experience transforming public entities and Fortune 500 companies in multiple industry domains across various geographies. In his last role, Jagjit was a Deputy Chief Information Officer at Los Angeles County and acted as a Strategic Advisor to Public Safety and Health Departments. He collaborated with Department CIOs to foster digital transformation through IT strategy planning, organization digital & data maturity assessment, portfolio rationalization, governance, technology modernization, and adoption of emerging technologies like AI, RPA, IoT & Blockchain. He led countywide Data Strategy as well as developed a regional strategy for closing the Digital Divide gaps in the Los Angeles region. Before this, he worked with Cognizant Technology Solutions & Tata Consulting Services bringing in years of consulting, delivery, and sales experience. He was responsible for the P&L of Media, Entertainment, Education, and Telecom accounts with a key focus on application development and maintenance services driving operational efficiencies for large Studios clients. Jagjit has an executive MBA degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics from Punjab University, India.

  • Sara Peters
    Sara Peters
    Editor in Chief

    Sara Peters is the Editor in Chief at InformationWeek and formally a Senior Editor at Dark Reading and editor-in-chief of Enterprise Efficiency. Prior that she was senior editor for the Computer Security Institute, writing and speaking about virtualization, identity management, cybersecurity law, and a myriad of other topics. She authored the 2009 CSI Computer Crime and Security Survey and founded the CSI Working Group on Web Security Research Law -- a collaborative project that investigated the dichotomy between laws regulating software vulnerability disclosure and those regulating Web vulnerability disclosure.

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