Hyperautomation, but what does it mean?

Samuel Dorven

23 juin, 2022

Hyperautomation, but what does it mean?

👋 Hello everyone and welcome to our new subscribers, 

We're delighted to welcome you to the eighth edition of the SmartMyData newsletter. We look forward to seeing you every 15 days to keep you up to date with the latest news from the world of automation and RPA.

📰 SmartMyData news

We're finalizing the release of our first freemium product: an evolution of Smart Studio, which aims to transform any Excel file into usable data very quickly.
The idea is to use super-powerful functions to simply do what is so complicated to do in Excel. Not that Excel functions aren't powerful, but the simplicity of use isn't always there :)

❤️ Acronym, your merciless universe

It's not uncommon for people to confuse an RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solution with a BPM (Business Process Management) solution. Yet these two solutions are clearly different, despite their complementary nature. Georges Lawton's article published by TechTarget, explains how these two solutions differ. As a reminder, RPA is the automatic management of repetitive employee tasks by programmable software and bots, so that they can concentrate on higher value-added tasks. BPM, on the other hand, is a discipline that helps companies to better understand and improve their operations, in order to streamline workflows, increase overall productivity, reduce costs, etc...

🌎 Automated or hyper-automated?

The term "hyperautomation" is often used, both within organizations and in everyday life. But what does it really mean? What is hyperautomation, and why is it so urgent to hyperautomate within organizations? These are the questions David Shannon answers in two articles in our newsletter today.

According to David Shannon, there are 4 pillars to consider when hyperautomating a company: customers, partners, suppliers and employees.

Part 1: Innovation or survival – Delivering the digital enterprise with hyperautomation - Hidden Insights

Part 2: Innovation or Survival – Delivering the Digital Enterprise With Hyperautomation - Hidden Insights

😊 Well-being at work

Tweet from Adam Grant

To mark QWL (Quality of Life at Work) week, we're sharing a post by Fabienne Broucaret, founder and editor-in-chief of My Happy Job. 

In her post, she reports on a survey carried out by Moodwork's research center, in association with the Laboratoire de Psychologie et d'Ergonomie Appliquées (LaPEA) at the Université de Paris Cité.