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Considering IT automation? Keep these 4 things in mind…

Considering IT automation? Keep these 4 things in mindIT automation isn’t a fix-all for everything, and it’s not necessarily appropriate in every situation. When used in the right instance, however, automation can help you avoid doing double the work, saving you both time and money in the process. When determining whether automation is a good fit, there are four main areas that must be taken into consideration. Let’s take a closer look at each of these key factors.

1 – What task are you thinking about automating?

There are ultimately three driving forces behind the decision to automate: repetition, simplicity and need. If there are certain tasks that are performed repetitively – especially those that don’t require much human input or a high degree of variation – chances are you can turn them over to technology. Likewise, if there is a clear business need for introducing automation into a certain process or workflow, doing so can improve performance and efficiency, making it well worth it. In other words, look for tasks that are relatively straightforward, occur frequently and repetitively, and present a real opportunity for improvement.

2 – What software, systems and data are required?

Once you’ve determined what tasks you’d like to automate, the next step is figuring out which systems and software products will allow you to achieve this goal most effectively, and at what cost. If you’re looking for something simple, like data entry automation, the options will be many. More complex processes and workflows will obviously require more robust technology. Additionally, you will also need to consider what other systems will need to be integrated into the process so that you can determine compatibility before making a final decision.

3 – Do you possess the bandwidth and adequate skill sets to get the job done?

What type of impact will automation have on the proposed task and is it worth it? If there’s just one person handling the manual, repetitive duty, perhaps it’s not worth the investment of time, money and other resources to introduce an advanced automation product. On the other hand, if there are dozens, hundreds or even thousands of workers churning out the same task, over and over, automation can present a truly beneficial solution by boosting efficiency and improving overall output. You’ll also need to determine whether those charged with implementing an automation tool possess the right skill sets to get the job done right.

4 – Will it help or hurt you in the long run?

When done right, and under the appropriate circumstances, automation should make life easier for yourself and your workers. To the contrary, if automation does nothing but create more processes, the end result can sometimes become more complicated and burdensome. The best approach is to weigh the risks and benefits, and take the process one step at a time. Automate one or two simple tasks, and then build from there until you’ve successfully taken advantage of the true value of automation. Remember, the goal is not necessarily to reach 100% automation, but rather to optimize processes to make them most effective for the business.

If you’ve considered these 4 things and you’re still not completely convinced that automation would be the right fit for your organization, perhaps our free eBook – 10 Time Consuming Tasks You Should Automate – can help you make a more informed decision. You can grab your free copy below. Or better yet, give us a call directly at 1-800-652-5601 to discuss your needs on a more specific level.

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Addressing the Big “What Ifs” of Your IT Automation Project

Addressing the Big "What Ifs" of Your IT Automation ProjectOne of the biggest hurdles of convincing businesses that IT automation is the way of the future is the age-old question, “what if….” Many IT professionals and other key decision makers within an organization carry the fear that automated tasks that are put in place to solve a problem may actually end up causing more harm than good. What could go wrong? What if the whole thing blows up in our faces and we end up with an even bigger mess on our hands? The answer is simple: when IT automation is designed and tested properly, everything should work just as planned.

Creating and Designing Your Workflow

The first step in setting up IT automation so that it works properly is creating and designing your workflows. You have to have your end result in mind, and then figure out the steps necessary to achieve that end result. Various criteria will need to be identified, so that you know whenever a certain function or task occurs, the next step in the workflow will automatically be triggered. So, to summarize, establish your desired end result, and then develop a list of steps to help you achieve that result. List each criterion in the process and determine what next step each criterion would trigger.

Testing 123…

The next important step, once you’ve created your workflow, is to try it out in a controlled environment. Test each step in the process to verify that the desired result for each is achieved. If something isn’t working properly, re-evaluate to determine why and then work to fix that piece until the entire process is functioning correctly. We recommend testing a variety of situations and scenarios to really be sure everything is working properly. Continue this process until you are confident that your automated workflow is working precisely as it should.

Implement

Once you’ve tested your automated workflow enough to be confident that it’s functioning as it is meant to function, it’s time to put it into action. It can be a bit nerve wracking to implement a workflow for the first time live, but once you see it in action, you’ll become that much more confident that it will be there to meet your needs whenever necessary.

Call on the Experts

If, at any time during the above outlined process, you feel as though you’re not getting the results you’re looking for, or you need some guidance and support, don’t be afraid to reach out to the experts. Remember, part of choosing the right IT automation platform is choosing a company that offers plenty of training and support to its customers. Any company will be there for you when you’re in the process of making a purchasing decision, but you want to make sure that you choose someone that will also be there for you after the fact. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or just have a few questions, don’t be afraid to reach out to your software vender for assistance.

The hands-off nature of IT automation can make some professionals feel uneasy. They may wonder if the very system that’s being put in place to solve a particular problem within the organization will actually end up causing more harm than good. The truth is when you know the steps to take, and you’re careful to work through each step just as you should, the result will be exactly what you’re hoping for. When automation is created, developed, tested and supported properly, there is no longer the need to ask “what if”, but rather “why did I wait so long to do this?”

What are YOU waiting for? Give us a call today at 1-800-652-5601 or click here to start your free trial of Ayehu and start putting the power of IT automation to work for your organization.

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Data Center Automation is the Key to Optimizing Performance

Data Center Automation is the Key to Optimizing PerformanceIf you’re an admin in a data center, chances are you’ve found yourself overwhelmed more often than not with the complexity and tediousness of manual management tasks. The good news is data center automation can make a huge difference in your day to day workload and ultimately improve the operations of your department and entire organization over time. Let’s take a look at how IT process automation can be leveraged specifically to enhance the task of performance monitoring.

As an admin, one of your biggest duties is ensuring that your virtual machines (VMs) are running smoothly and performing optimally. Monitoring this is no simple feat. In fact, it can take a large portion of your time and resources, both of which could be better spent on other more important tasks. Furthermore, the process typically involves writing and running manual scripts, which is incredibly labor intensive and can leave the door open for the possibility of error and subsequent downtime. Enter data center automation.

With ITPA, you can automate your virtual monitoring activities, allowing technology to do the heavy lifting for you. The right data center automation tool can handle the entire process electronically, from locating and identifying physical servers, virtual hosts, applications and VMs to ongoing monitoring, alerts and notifications, and even metrics and analytics. Previously, all or most of this would be handled manually by IT personnel, tying up skilled workers to focus on menial tasks.

With a robust and sophisticated IT process automation product, complex workflows can be developed and orchestrated to bring all the necessary tasks together and integrate them into one single platform. Users can then visualize all events and their statuses in real-time. Detailed reporting is also available to help identify and predict future alerts for a more proactive approach to performance monitoring. Over time, this can reduce incidents and their impact on the IT team and the organization as a whole.

By tying together numerous processes and automating them, IT will be able to more effectively orchestrate workflows, all of which provide the foundation for developing an internal cloud – something many enterprises are working toward. There may be challenges along the way to this point, particularly when it comes to establishing a virtual infrastructure that is capable of handling data center automation. Having the right expectations of these potential challenges and preparing to overcome them is key, as is choosing the right ITPA platform for your needs.

Ultimately, if you’ve got the right tools at your disposal, you can turn your heavily-burdened, manual-laden workload into a highly efficient, well-oiled machine. You can also effectively bridge existing gaps between various devices, systems and silos to create a more cohesive infrastructure. It all starts with data center automation.

If you’re tired of feeling overwhelmed every day, the time to switch is now. Download your free 30 day trial of the Ayehu platform and put the power of automation to work for you.

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Looking for a quick return on your IT automation investment? Here’s what you need to do.

How to earn quick return on your IT automation projectThe most important component of any business decision, particularly in terms of IT, is being able to measure the results as quickly as possible. Ongoing success depends heavily on whether or not the money you’re spending is truly getting you the type of return that warrants continued investment; otherwise you may end up wasting cash and resources. Obviously, the sooner you can identify what is and isn’t working, the better. If you’ve recently launched an IT automation project, or are about to do so soon, here are five simple ways you can quickly identify results.

Identify Quick Wins or pain points that can show quick value – What was it that ultimately drove you to make the decision to adopt IT automation for your organization? What pain points were you hoping to address with this technology? Perhaps you identified areas where your team was being bogged down by time-consuming manual tasks, which was killing their productivity. Or maybe you realized that writing scripts was becoming a huge waste of valuable time and resources. Whatever the reasons, when you clearly identify them, you can quickly match the appropriate solution with each one, making it much easier to see the results.

Clearly Define Your Outcomes – Know ahead of time what your desired outcomes are and how you can anticipate achieving them. Then, calculate the potential savings you will realize by automating these steps. This gives you a clear picture of future savings and ROI that you can use as a benchmark to measure against as you work further into the process of shifting to automation.

Choose the Right Tool – Understand that not all ITPA tools are created equal. Be careful and diligent when evaluating your available options and know ahead of time what to look for in a quality IT process automation tool. For instance, some of the criteria you should be using includes determining whether the product is easy to use, modular, offers any type of pre-designed templates, and if so, what kind of customization is available. You should also be particularly aware of the 80/20 rule – that is, avoid tools that require 80% of your time, but that you will only benefit from 20% of the time.

Get the Right Sponsorship and team engaged in the process– Make sure that you’ve got the right team in place to help see this process through to fruition. Not only do you need buy-in from the “decision makers” and those high level team members that will lead the project, but you’ll also need to ensure that everyone involved remains focused and motivated to achieve the end result. This will help you stick to your timeline for implementation, avoiding costly delays that can affect your overall ROI.

Measure Results and Identify Other Areas for Expansion – IT automation isn’t something that only presents solutions for the here and now – it’s a long term solution that can help streamline your operations, improving ongoing efficiency and productivity, and enhancing your bottom line over the long haul. Don’t just focus on the short term benefits. Measure results on a regular basis. This will help you determine your long term ROI as well as identify other areas for expansion that could further benefit your firm.

For more detailed information on calculating ROI for ITPA, check out this past article or download your copy of the free ROI eBook below.

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IT Leaders! Using Automated Workflows to Take that Much Needed Vacation

IT Leaders! How to Prepare Your Team for Your Much Needed VacationYou’ve worked hard all year, putting in endless hours and a tireless effort to keep your company’s IT operations running efficiently. It’s time to take some much-needed time off – you deserve it! But before you tidy up your desk, set your “out of office” message and shut your system down for a week (or two), here’s a checklist of must-do tasks to ensure that while you’re gone, the business will still run as smoothly as can be and you won’t have to worry about getting frantic calls while you’re trying to relax on the beach.

Prepare Ahead

A few weeks prior to your vacation, make a detailed list of the top IT tasks you perform on regular basis. Then, use this list to create automated workflows for these tasks. Instead of having to train other staff members and risk the chance of something going wrong or slipping through the cracks, these IT automation workflows will do your job for you while you’re gone!

Bring Your Team Up to Speed

Take some time to show your staff what you have accomplished, what automated workflows you’ve created and what these workflows will do in your absence. That way, while you are gone your team will be able to tackle more tasks without having to call you every time an alert goes off.

Program Alerts

Program your system properly so that if something goes wrong, the alerts that are not related to you go to the right people. If possible, entrust one team member to step in and handle any specific alerts that would normally be handled by you. This way you can enjoy your time off without interruption.

Be Proactive

Prepare automated workflows for worst case scenario (i.e., a mission-critical service failure), and prepare an automated remediation process for that, so if and when an issue occurs, there will be a plan in place to automatically resolve it. When you come back to work, no one will know you even went on vacation!

Relax and Have Fun!

The life of an IT professional is hectic and stressful by nature. Nobody earns time off like us! So, once you’ve done all of the above, it’s time to relax. Grab a good book, pack your bags, sip on a cocktail and have some fun! When you have the right plan in place backed by automated workflow technology, you won’t have to worry about what’s going on back at the office and you can enjoy your well-deserved time off.

Dreading your next vacation and the mess you’ll have to come back to? IT process automation can help you manage your IT operations so efficiently that the department will practically run itself when you’re away. Get started today with these 10 things you should be automating.

Attention MSPs! How to Streamline Operations in 4 Easy Steps

Attention MSPs! How to Streamline Operations in 4 Easy StepsToday’s IT automation platforms offer sophisticated solutions in easy-to-use, out-of-the-box products that are affordable and scalable to suit just about any industry and business need. Yet, there is still work to be done if we are to truly get the most out of IT automation in its current form – particularly if you are in the highly competitive field of MSPs. Here are 4 key steps to manage your IT services efficiently and cost effectively.

  1. Be Proactive – Of course you know what to do in the event that one of your client’s infrastructure is compromised, but wouldn’t it make more sense to stay one step ahead of the game? That way, instead of having to waste time, resources and money putting out fires, you could resolve issues before they developed into serious problems. Take patch management for example. If you’re handling this manually, vulnerabilities in the days following a new release could be placing your clients at risk and making your job much more complicated than it has to be. IT automation, on the other hand, allows you to take a proactive approach to patch releases, speeding the process and reducing risk.
  2. Develop and Implement Standards – By developing a check list of technology standards that can be applied across multiple devices and clients, you can remove much of the guess work from the trouble-shooting process. This will improve customer service levels and streamline your own internal operations. For instance, you can create a list of back-up and anti-virus processes, recommended amounts of memory, standard applications and configurations, etc. You can then automate the process of auditing these standards accordingly.
  3. Manage Policies – In addition to common standards, there are also a number of policies that must be managed properly, particularly in terms of IT usage governance. It’s critical to ensure that all users remain in compliance with the policies of your customers. Common policy areas include password refresh, application usage, allowable downloads and access security. By setting up a policy management plan that is proactive and automated, you can prevent unwanted actions and reduce the number of tickets you and your team will have to field.
  4. Review and Optimize Regularly – While implementing the three steps listed above will dramatically improve productivity and performance, you’ll never get your incoming trouble tickets down to zero (nor should you want to). By reviewing your existing tickets regularly, however, you can effectively identify other areas where IT automation could help. What pain points are regularly causing you problems that you might be able to streamline for better results? You may also find through routine reviews that adjusting your standards and policy management in certain ways could further reduce the excess workload that your team is currently carrying.

Today’s MSPs struggle with the challenge of doing more with less. As IT issues become more and more complex, the ability to stay on top of the needs of your clients without having to increase expenditure will be critical to your future success. IT automation, in conjjunction with the 4 key steps listed above, can help position you right where you need to be to stay ahead of the pack.

Not sure how to keep afloat in an increasingly competitive field? Check out our free IT Process Automation Survival Guide.

Ten Reasons IT Leaders Love Automation

Ten Reasons IT Leaders Love AutomationIT automation takes the specific pain points within a business – those time-consuming, manual tasks that are sucking up valuable resources and killing productivity – and automates them to instantly improve efficiency and service levels, reduce recovery time and so much more. But that’s all generally speaking. Here are the real, meat and potato reasons why CIOs, CTOs, CSOs and other IT leaders are embracing automation.

  1. Automating the remediation of incidents. Not only does this free up the resources of time and manpower, but it also significantly reduces human error associated with manual incident monitoring and management. The moment an alert arises, it’s either automatically addressed and resolved, or it gets assigned to the appropriate person. Best of all, it’s easily tracked from start to finish.
  2. Empowering front line IT operators (L1 and L2) to resolve more incidents faster. IT automation eliminates the need for escalation to higher level teams, freeing those high level employees to focus on more important mission-critical matters while empowering lower level staff to take on more responsibilities. This also reduces turnaround time because there’s less red tape.
  3. Reducing floods of alerts from monitoring systems and event sources. Better organization and management of incoming alerts means better service levels and fewer delays for delivery of that service. Critical alerts are prioritized and assigned immediately to the correct party for timely and accurate resolution.
  4. Automating repetitive maintenance procedures and daily operational tasks. IT professionals possess skills and talent that could be much better allocated elsewhere than spent processing repetitive operational tasks. Automating these tasks, such as password resets and service restarts, allows technology to do the heavy lifting, freeing up talented personnel to be able to focus on key issues that would further improve organizational performance.
  5. Creating a consistent, repeatable process for change management. Effective change management is all about organization. IT automation provides management with the tools they need to create comprehensive processes that can be used again and again to produce the same desired results over time.
  6. Connecting ITIL best practices with incident and problem management processes. The goal of any operation should be to manage workflow in a manner that is the most efficient and effective, both internally and externally. When ITIL best practices are integrated with the best practices in place for incident management, the organization as a whole becomes much more productive and profitable.
  7. Documenting and capturing incident resolution and audit trails. Staying compliant with government and other regulatory bodies remains a top priority among businesses across just about every industry. IT automation provides the ability to consistently remain in compliance and be well prepared should an audit take place.
  8. Building an up-to-date knowledge-base to reduced training time and cost. Bringing new employees up to speed costs time and money. Having a comprehensive knowledge-base and easy to implement and learn software reduces the time spent training, improving efficiency of both existing and new employees.
  9. Integrating on-premise systems management tools and process with ITSM tools. Service management and IT automation go hand in hand. By joining the two, your organization will be better poised for success.
  10. Establishing end-user self-service portal for better services and fulfillment requests. Technological advances have empowered people to be able to manage so many of their day to day tasks on their own. IT automation leverages this concept, providing self-service options for the end-user which subsequently improves customer service and operational efficiency at the same time.

Ready to jump on the automation bandwagon? What are you waiting for? Get started with your free trial today and start reaping all of these benefits for your own organization!

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What is Machine Learning (AI) and Why Does it Matter?

There’s been a lot of buzz recently about so-called machine learning, yet despite so much talk, there are a great number of individuals who are still unfamiliar with this technology. As IT automation experts, the team at Ayehu is already harnessing the power of this innovative concept in the automation and orchestration solutions we offer. As such, we thought it might be helpful to delve a little bit into what machine learning is and, more importantly, what it can do for your organization.

What is Machine Learning?

Machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence which involves an algorithm that learns a pattern in existing data and then uses that information to predict a similar pattern in new data. Despite the recent attention it has been getting, machine learning is nothing new. But thanks to the overabundance in available data and more affordable tools for gathering, processing, deciphering and storing that data, these algorithms can now easily be applied to produce fast, affordable results for businesses everywhere.

Why does it matter?

From a business standpoint, machine learning can facilitate better decision-making in real-time, without the need for human intervention. Essentially, the technology is intuitive enough to “learn” from past events and adapt for better performance in the future based on that information. By leveraging these precise algorithms, organizations can better identify profitable opportunities and more effectively avoid unknown risks.

Who can benefit the most from Machine Learning?What is Machine Learning (AI) and Why Does it Matter?

Businesses in almost every industry can potentially benefit from machine learning technology, but there are several industries for which this technology is particularly useful. Specifically, organizations in industries that require the handling of large amounts of data are already realizing the benefits of machine learning in gaining insight and competitive advantage.

This type of AI can also be highly effective in the area of information security by automating incident response and using existing data to predict and prevent future cybersecurity risks. As such, the businesses that have already begun leveraging machine learning with great results include those that fall into any of the following sectors:

  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Government
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Transportation
  • Utilities

Not coincidentally, each of these industries also happens to be at a greater risk of a cyber-attack due to the sensitive nature of the information and data they handle on a day to day basis. Machine learning can help manage, store and utilize the available data to streamline operations and improve customer experience. It can also help build a stronger defense against potential security breaches by providing round-the-clock monitoring and automated response for faster, more effective remediation.

How Ayehu is Using Machine Learning

The next generation of Ayehu is a simple yet powerful web-based automation and orchestration platform for IT and security operations that leverages proprietary, sophisticated machine learning algorithms to provide decision support via suggestions to optimize workflows and dynamically create rule-based recommendations, insights and correlations. Agentless and codeless, Ayehu is easily deployed, allowing users to rapidly automate tasks and processes, including interoperability across multiple, disparate solutions and systems from one, standalone platform.

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A Human-Less IT Environment? Is it Really Possible?

A Human-Less IT Environment? Is it Possible?Over the years, we’ve talked a lot about the fact that IT automation isn’t something that humans should fear, but rather something that they should embrace. That it is something that will not replace humans, but rather make their jobs easier and more efficient. But is there really a possibility that IT automation will one day completely replace people entirely? And if so, is this an opportunity to embrace or something to fight against? Let’s consider it for a moment.

In one respect, allowing IT automation to handle tasks that humans were previously in charge of is actually a huge opportunity for business, and for many reasons. First, it can drastically reduce the risk of costly errors. People inherently make mistakes – especially when their jobs involve repetitive manual tasks. One simple error can cause huge ripple effects across the entire organization and even result in lost revenue. Shifting to automation for these tasks can eliminate this liability.

Replacing human work with automation can also help to improve efficiency. For example, IT automation can take away the need for manual script writing and replace it with complex automated workflows that perform the required tasks faster than any human worker could. Additionally, self-service automation options eliminate the need for IT personnel to step in and perform routine tasks, such as password resets and system restarts.

So, does this mean that humans are slowly being eliminated from the workforce? Will automated machines – essentially robots – replace people as we move into the next generation of business? Well, yes and no. The fact is, IT automation does present a huge opportunity for companies to save money, improve efficiency and output, reduce errors and much more.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean we’re headed toward a nameless, faceless workplace that is filled with computers rather than people. Why? Because, in most cases the tasks that are being automated were actually meant to be automated. Back when corporations hired people to slave tirelessly, doing the same thing, day in and day out, where no thinking was necessary, there was no alternative. Now, with automation, there is.

So yes, automation will replace many functions that were previously managed by humans – the functions for which computers and software are better suited. What this means for people is not that they will become a relic of the past, but rather that they will be freed up to focus on more important matters – matters for which human input is necessary. Additionally, the adoption of advanced IT automation has actually created new roles for humans that didn’t previously exist.

So while IT automation will most certainly become a key component of ongoing success, the fact is, businesses will always need human collaboration, communication and innovation and these things cannot be replicated by computer programs and technology. For that reason, we foresee a future where automation complements and supports human endeavors, but does not replace them. And from where we stand, that future looks bright for everyone.

Are you still on the fence about whether to implement IT automation in your organization? Now’s the time. Check out the 10 tasks you should be automating below and click here to get started with your free trial of eyeShare today!

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How IT Automation is Solving the Healthcare Staffing Shortage

How IT Automation is Solving the Healthcare Skills ShortageA few years ago, an article written recently that pointed out the glaring need for talented IT personnel in the health field, and how the lack of this talent is forcing many hospitals and other health care facilities to make a choice between hiring slightly less-than-qualified staff and training them in the areas necessary, or shifting personnel internally to move clinicians from the role of health care provider into the role of IT professional. We’d propose that there is a third, much more favorable option available for organizations facing this very real challenge: the adoption of IT automation.

The underlying problem is essentially two-fold. It starts with a general lack of highly qualified IT talent that is in the market to work in the health care industry. The other piece of the puzzle is the fact that those people who are qualified are being lured away from smaller organizations strictly on the basis of compensation. If the smaller operations can’t pay up, they lose their talent. It’s that simple. What this lack of resources means is that important current projects become delayed and future projects that could mean great strides in terms of health care for the consumer are being put on hold indefinitely. In other words, we all pay the price.

So, what’s the solution? The article referenced above proposes that these facilities find a way to entice lower level staff members from the front line of working with patients into the background of IT work. The problem with this theory is that the proposed staff members must have a genuine interest in making this change, and more importantly, they must be comfortable accepting the reduction in compensation that such a change would inevitably entail. Provided there are some who are willing, the other side of the coin is the increased workload on those on the front line that must pick up the slack for the ones who have changed roles. Either way you look at it, there are sacrifices to be made.

What if, instead of moving personnel around and creating the need to train clinicians on new IT duties as well as either spread existing work among the leftover medical professionals or hire new ones that aren’t necessarily up to par in terms of skills, we turn to technology to help bridge the gap? With IT automation, many of the routine IT tasks that are necessary to keep healthcare operations running smoothly can be turned over to a sophisticated and customized software platform, eliminating much of the day to day work that the back line IT staff is responsible for.

With automation technology, even the leanest of health care operations can do more with less. This means maximizing what little resources they have so that those most qualified to provide patient care, even on the entry-level end of the spectrum, can continue to do what they do best. More importantly, there is no need to worry about competing financially for talent with organizations that are larger and have greater expenditure. A smaller organization can successfully operate with a skeleton crew of IT professionals, and the medical providers can stick to what they do best.

This proposed solution is not only beneficial for the healthcare providers, but to those of us who seek their assistance and expertise. We’ll receive a higher level of care from qualified individuals that are allowed to stay in the roles they’re most skilled in, and future progress in patient care and treatment can be made via the projects and plans that will be allowed to move forward since there is no more lack of resources.

When it comes to the concept of IT automation, there is a much broader spectrum that can benefit beyond just the corporate business world. IT is something that is critical to virtually every industry, particularly the healthcare field. By embracing automation as a way of life, even the smallest of organizations can succeed, making the quality of healthcare they provide that much better. It’s truly a win-win situation.

Do you run a healthcare facility and are curious about whether IT automation would be right for your organization? Why not try our free trial? There’s no obligation, and you can experience firsthand just how much ITPA can become a powerful and invaluable member of your healthcare team.

 

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