Automating for faster, more fluid workflows.
After developing options, they chose to target their automation efforts on their design team. The company automated over 80 tasks, giving designers time to focus on the more human part of their job instead of tedious, frustrating processes that took them away from their more cognitive tasks.
Now, instead of designers repeatedly bumping up against bottlenecks, the team moves fluidly, saving 250,000+ hours and shortening its design cycle times. Celebrating this significant win, the designers’ morale improved drastically, and they looked forward to more of what their “digital assistant” could do for them.Download case study
We wanted to maximize the benefits of automation and create sustainable growth.
Design tasks automated
Intelligent automation: The catalyst for innovation and efficiency.
As constant innovation and inspiration were the bread and butter of this multinational corporation, the company felt a natural draw to eliminate process bottlenecks. The company saw significant benefits from automation due to Automation Anywhere’s expertise and tools, notably the Automation Anywhere Pathfinder Program, library, and university.
Looking to free the heart of the corporation from the blocks plaguing it, the company focused initial automation efforts on one of the design teams. First, the company educated the team and included them in the brainstorming sessions to help identify potential use cases. Then, deploying the company’s Six Sigma-inspired project management tactics, they began their weighted prioritization to target technically viable, high ROI automation opportunities. Once identified, product managers owned the end-to-end idea. An intelligent automation design team created an automation solution, deployed it, and moved on to the next opportunity. Each time an automation was released, the company focused on making it even more efficient and effective, maximizing the benefits of intelligent automation while allowing for sustainable growth.
- Creative design tasks
- Non-creative design tasks
Roadmap to take automation to the next level.
The company recently finished migrating to the Automation Success Platform and is looking forward to using AARI. Designers are eager to use bots with their most utilized applications. The company has also built a roadmap for its citizen development program. After seeing the benefit of their "digital assistant," employees look forward to taking the process to the next level.
Designers want visual appeal. Creative people work differently from finance people, so our bots had to be different.
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