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  • SubGenre:Office Automation
  • Language:English
  • Pages:166
  • eBook ISBN:9781735732916
  • Paperback ISBN:9781735732909


by Matt Calkins , Neil Ward-Dutton, George Westerman, Lakshmi N, Sidney Fernandes, Alice Wei, Chris Skinner, Isaac Sacolick, John Rymer, Lisa Heneghan, Darren Blake, Rob Galbraith, Ron Tolido and Michael Beckley

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HYPERAUTOMATION is a collection of original essays from influential technology and business experts examining different aspects of low-code development in the enterprise, and the impact of low-code on the future of business process automation.


HYPERAUTOMATION features a Foreword by legendary chess grandmaster, former World Chess Champion, writer, and political activist Garry Kasparov, and an Introduction by Appian founder and CEO Matt Calkins.

About the author

In each chapter of HYPERAUTOMATION, an academic, analyst, implementer, or end-user examines different aspects of low-code and automation in the enterprise, clarifying both value and barriers through personal experiences and insights.

With contributions from: Dr. George Westerman, MIT - Neil Ward-Dutton, IDC - Lakshmi N, Tata Consultancy Services - Sidney Fernandes & Alice Wei, University of South Florida - Lisa Heneghan, KPMG - Chris Skinner, FinTech expert - John R. Rymer, Forrester (Emeritus) - Isaac Sacolick, StarCIO - Darren Blake, Bexley Neighbourhood Care - Rob Galbraith, InsureTech expert - Ron Tolido, Capgemini - Michael Beckley, Appian

All proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Black Girls Code, an organization providing young girls of color opportunities to learn in-demand skills in technology and computer programming.