3. Eliminate silos by connecting people across business units
Automation should make employee lives easier, not more difficult. Having a single point of control eliminates silos by connecting people across business units.
Having a single point of control works better when the automation platform can integrate with and incorporate existing infrastructure. By simplifying the software landscape in an organization, users in different departments can more effectively communicate and collaborate.
Enterprise and workflow automation platforms should connect business units on multiple levels. First, they are connected through automation, as automated tasks are usually processes for various business units. Second, they should connect through a single point of control, allowing users direct connection via self-service modules. OpCon connects systems, workflows, and people across the enterprise to break down silos and greatly improve efficiency.
4. Meet even your most complex needs
One-size-fits-all approaches do work for some organizations. However, there is no standard way of operating a business. As such, it’s unrealistic to expect businesses to conform to a rigid set of automation requirements.
When you look for a new automation partner, consider your organization’s needs first. Who is willing to tailor their services to fit your specific needs? Who is able?
Your new automation platform provider should be both willing and able to accommodate your needs. Nothing should be “too complex” for them. That’s where SMA’s unique combination of hands-on expertise with an ultra-powerful automation platform comes into play. Quite simply, we can automate pretty much anything with OpCon.