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Decoding Automation Podcast: #2 What are the requirements for successful automation?

Which are the key ingredients that will allow you, your team, organization to create the perfect automation recipe for success?

Sune Engsig, Senior Evangelist at LEAPWORK, explains how governance, stable automation and having an 'automation mindset' are key requirements for successful and scalable automation.

 

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Many people have the assumption that automation is just 'plug and play'. It's true that some tools, such as LEAPWORK, offer an intuitive user interface that makes automation easy. However, there are a lot of other prerequisites that need to be put in place if we want to achieve successful automation in the long-term. 

In this episode, Sune - who has been helping countless companies to implement automation throughout their organizations -  brings with him a lot of knowledge when it comes to failed and successful automation projects.

  • How to get rid of the 'manual mindest'
  • Governance and the importance of an automation center of excellence
  • Automation maintenance and how to achieve stable automation
  • Scaling automation within the organization

You can also listen to this podcast on iTunes and Spotify.

Lucia Cavero-Baptista
Lucia Cavero-Baptista
Content Marketing Manager

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