Step 3: Integrate the solution into your systems
Most solution providers will work with your company to determine the business areas that would benefit from automation and help you put them in order of priority.
If you’ve already outsourced your core system, common use cases where our customers are finding the most value in a robust workload automation solution include:
- Document imaging and storage
- Business intelligence and reporting
- Payments and processing
- Loan origination and processing
With your list of company processes to automate, you’ll then integrate the solution into your business operations. The automation solution provider should evaluate your digital infrastructure to understand your operating systems and develop a plan for integrating workload automation across your IT environments.
While integrating the solution, consider these elements:
- Will it integrate with your existing user account system, such as Microsoft’s Active Directory?
- What types of operating systems is it compatible with — Windows, Linux, macOS?
- Does it support cloud-based platforms such as AWS or Microsoft Azure?
As IT environments become increasingly complex, organizations need workload automation solutions that are robust enough to orchestrate processes across multiple domains.