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Friday 27 October 2023

*NEW RESEARCH* Data Insights - UK HyperAutomation Market Forecasts

TechMarketView’s brand new Data Insights research UK HyperAutomation Market Forecasts is now live for our subscribers.

HyperautomationHyperAutomation refers to the process and application of continuous automation within an organisation. This typically operates via a framework approach to quickly identifying, vetting, and automating appropriate business and IT processes through a structured approach. HyperAutomation usually includes a range of software tools (e.g., Process Mining, No/Low Code Apps & Analytics) with cognitive skills that also usually include ‘humans in the loop’. 

For digital-native organisations HyperAutomation can allow for full end-to-end workflow automation to be ‘baked in from the ground up’. For more mature organisations with legacy systems and operations, HyperAutomation offers the potential to redesign legacy processes, enhancing security and governance, and integrating back office and customer facing operations.

This HyperAutomation Data Insights report is the third in a series of reports looking at the UK Software and IT Services (SITS) automation market. This report is designed to help readers understand the market opportunity and scale of investment flowing into HyperAutomation, and which segments of the market – be that technology, process or industry sector – offer the greatest market potential. The report offers detailed market forecasts across three segmentations for the period 2023 to 2026 allowing readers to understand the current and future size of the opportunity and challenges posed by HyperAutomation.

If you are a subscriber to TechSectorViews, download UK HyperAutomation Market Forecasts report today. If you don’t have a subscription and would like to gain access the report and our other research and services, please contact Deb Seth.

Posted by: Marc Hardwick at 16:24

Tags: automation   newresearch   hyperautomation  

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