3. It gives you a consolidated view for compliance and control:
As part of orchestration, you can establish governance and controls up front to mitigate risk effectively. This means you can catch small issues before they turn into big problems. Also, when it's time for auditing, you'll have the single version of the truth required to make things run more smoothly.
So, where is your business on the journey to realizing these benefits? Whether you're just getting started with automation, or looking to refine what you've already achieved, you need to employ the right technologies at the right time.
This is where you might seek help from a third party. Perhaps you've already been offered the latest and greatest automation technologies by an array of providers – but do they truly understand your business?
Automation doesn't follow a one-size-fits-all approach. Without understanding the culture, challenges, and nuances of how your business operates, you risk investing in a solution that might not give you the results you expect or were promised.