The Real State of Automation Progress: Insights into closing the digital maturity gap

Only 35% of respondents say their automation maturity is significantly ahead of their peers. Are you innovating to remain competitive?

Digital innovation is more than just a recommendation – it’s a requirement. The most successful organizations are closing the digital maturity gap. 

Catalytic surveyed more than 600 C-suite leaders, department directors and managers. We uncovered key factors contributing to today’s state of automation including:

  • How businesses assess their automation efforts
  • How equipped companies are to take automation to the next level
  • Who the decision-makers are across departments
  • What holds companies back from reaching automation maturity

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Leaders are optimistic about automation making jobs easier. But most have not achieved scale and innovation.

Optimism about automation making jobs easier:

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Reimagine roles and technologies to accelerate your digital innovation journey

Catalytic automation report understanding doesn't lead to implementation
Section 01

Understanding doesn’t lead to implementation

The more involved employees are with purchasing and implementing an automation solution, the more likely they are to see automation’s potential in supporting – rather than replacing – a workforce.

Catalytic automation report scaling automation
Section 02

Scaling automation efforts enterprise-wide

Many companies successfully launch pilot projects, but are unable to scale enterprise-wide. Why? A disconnect between how C-suite leaders rate their digital maturity, and the involvement of managers.

Catalytic automation report consensus across departments
Section 03

Building consensus across departments

Implementing an automation solution can face challenges, namely budgetary, resourcing, and competing priorities. By aligning departments, these barriers can be broken down.

Catalytic automation report priorities across lines of business
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Top priorities across lines of business

Departments could see up to 40% of their workload relieved by automation, allowing employees to focus on more impactful work.

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Section 05

Building an action plan

Learn how to overcome implementation challenges and reimagine roles with a decentralized approach. Organizations should engage a low-code solution to make lasting digital transformation impact.

27x more people-power available by involving workers outside of IT.

Eliminate barriers to business-user adoption. Move the needle on innovation.

Cost savings gained from automating a single process can be used to fund department-wide automation.

Catalytic is the next-generation of digital process automation

Supercharge employee productivity with low-code automation workflows.

Proven by customers like Bosch, Dentsu Aegis Network, Edwards Elmhurst Hospital, Mayo Clinic, TalentWave, and UL, Catalytic is unlocking up to 5x returns, improving customer experiences and increasing competitive edge for companies globally.