It’s easy to get lost in the hype-fog around AI, Blockchain, IoT, automation and the rest. The potential is huge: but so too are the pitfalls of a poor strategy, or a good one that can’t be sustained. Digital transformation is littered with expensive failed projects and white elephants. Alchemmy will help you avoid the hazards, ensuring your people make intelligent use of machine intelligence. Giving you truly Intelligent Automation.
We surveyed UK businesses to study the adoption and awareness of intelligent automation, and we are delighted to share our latest report. The report reveals how intelligent automation can make a positive impact to your organisation in the context of the most common challenges today such as talent shortages and supply chain disruptions. Click here to read the full report.
(And how fast). Like it or not, automation and machine learning are here to stay: and not just in obvious places like Logistics and Supply Chain Management, or Risk and Compliance. Intelligent Automation should be a cornerstone of your approach to Customer Experience, Employee Engagement, Marketing, CSR and more.
Potentially transformative, it should always accelerate: allowing you to get where you’re trying to go first, or faster.
We take a holistic approach to change. Automation is no magic bullet, and needs to be part of an integrated plan. Getting new technology and existing teams to complement each other and deliver more together demands insight, patience and skill.
We’re highly experienced at demystifying automation, and ensuring each strategy is aligned with the culture and personalities in play.
Automation isn’t about perfection. It’s a question of agility: building the flexibility and resilience you need to seize opportunities or absorb shocks.
To equip you for tomorrow we use some of the most advanced process-mining algorithms ever made to model changes in advance; we can also create ‘digital twins’ of your organisation, to safely explore different scenarios and options for investment; and we ensure changes stick, and that improvement can be sustained long term.