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Our Organisational Assessment service requires minimal time from your staff to prepare your return on investment analysis and can usually deliver findings within 2 weeks. 

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Organisational Assessment

 

What is it?

A structured design workshop that helps you and your team understand where Intelligent Automation technology can improve service for your customers, reduce operating costs and free your staff for more valuable work.

What value does it add?

  • Builds knowledge across your team
  • Build buy-in for new technology
  • A structured approach to prioritise the opportunities for improvement
  • Build team’s understanding of the customer journey and how their actions can affect customer
  • Understand the reasons for change and the value it will add
  • Quantify costs, benefits & ROI, supporting your project justification

Opportunity Assessment Components

Pre-Workshop Education

Optimally scheduled a week before the workshop to allow time to ask initial questions and identify opportunities to improve your service with RPA, AI & Workflow.

  • How will the technology integrate?
  • What is the return on investment?
  • What skills and training are required?
  • How quickly can we move on this?
  • Can I use Chatbots, Robots and AI together?

Opportunity Assessment Workshop

A structured design workshop with interactive break-out sessions. Attendees will prioritise 3 best opportunities, then break out to map the customer journeys and benefits for improvement.

  • Educational refresher
  • Breakout sessions
  • Customer journey analysis
  • Benefit analysis

Organisational Assessment Report

Cost benefit analysis and implementation roadmap for 3 best opportunities, supported with documentation from workshop – contains the data you need to justify and win support for your project.

  • Cost benefit analysis
  • ROI analysis
  • Implementation recommendations
  • Itemised costs and benefits details
  • Statement of scoping

What are the different types of AI?

 

AI is commonly categorised as (1) Artificial Narrow Intelligence (ANI). Sometimes referred to as Weak AI, ANI specializes in one area. (2) Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). Sometimes referred to as Strong AI, or Human-Level AI, AGI refers to a computer that is as smart as a human across the board. (3) Artificial Superintelligence (ASI), an intellect smarter than the best human brains in practically every field.

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“When we undertook our first steps in robotic process automation, T-Impact provided the guidance and support we needed to successfully deliver a number of pilot projects and help set up our production environment. We now have a pipeline of work that is growing all the time, thanks to the positive outcomes we achieved together.”

Oxford City Council, Chief Technology & Information Officer