The use of automation to simplify and speed up business processes is hardly new; for instance, robotics has long been used in the manufacturing industry. By adding technology such as artificial intelligence and machine learning to the mix, intelligent automation potentially comes with a much higher and wide-ranging impact. Leveraging intelligent automation can help businesses make better decisions, build more efficient processes and free up staff members for more impactful work—if it’s implemented successfully.
From the challenge of architecting end-to-end solutions to getting team members on board with new ways of doing things, a business can run up against many obstacles on its intelligent automation journey. Below, 16 members of Forbes Technology Council share some common barriers to the implementation of intelligent automation and how they can be overcome.
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