About Yash Malge


Head of Robotic Process Automation, Digital Transformation Office – North America (Sr. Director)

Yash Malge is the Head of Robotic Process Automation, Digital Transformation Office – North America (Sr. Director), and is responsible for leveraging existing and emerging information technologies by translating them into tangible deliverable services that create business benefits for customers. Yash has held a series of progressively responsible positions and helped numerous Fortune 500 organizations achieve growth. In the last two years, Yash has been helping various customers to build and implement Robotics Process Automation (RPA) to better streamline business’ digital operations. Before this, Yash was leading Atos North America's Business and Platform Solution’s technology practice consisting of a customer facing global team of more than 400 members located in US, Canada, India, Mexico, Poland and Russia. Yash led the team in aiding various customers across various industries including manufacturing, financial and RPG.




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How to prepare for the hyperautomation journey

If you’re ready to fully harness hyperautomation, we recommend using the following framework: Select the right platform and toolset Hyperautomation is an approach for automating processes using a mix of technologies. Therefore, it becomes extremely important to select the right platforms and tools to support integrations and fulfill your organization's specific automation needs. Start with RPA Start with RPAat…

What can I achieve through hyperautomation?

Hyperautomation helps you develop a fully-automated enterprise with digital operational excellence and resilience. You might think that this is a loaded answer, and I agree. Allow me to explain by way of a few examples  1. Democratization of automation development for scale Imagine you have 1,000 employees. By implementing hyperautomation, you can get 200 FTE worth of additional capacity. In other…

How is hyperautomation different from intelligent automation and RPA?

One of the fundamental elements in hyperautomation is empowering business users to automate long-tail tasks. These business users are called citizen developers, and the overall concepts are called the democratization of development. You are democratizing bot development with business users (employees) and your IT teams. One of the fundamental elements in hyperautomation is empowering business users…

Hyperautomation: Power and potential

Hyperautomation — whether it’s new jargon, a buzzword, a technology or just another marketing gimmick — it’s something we cannot deny. It’s a combination of new technologies that empowers businesses to perform tasks efficiently. When independent research analysts recognize technology as a trend, I think it's time to pay attention. According to Gartner, hyperautomation is at the top of the list and features in…

Scaling up Robotic Process Automation (RPA) adoption - part 3

How to apply the bottom-up and top-down approaches It’s one thing to know both approaches to selecting processes for RPA (described in my previous posts. In reality, sometimes it is challenging to have a clear-cut distinction between tasks and processes. More realistically, we should use a combination of both approaches (hybrid). The questions,…

Scaling up Robotic Process Automation (RPA) adoption - part 2

Which process selection approach is better? Why isn’t RPA spreading like wildfire throughout every organization? It could be the way processes are selected for automation. My previous post identified two approaches to process selection. Are you looking from the bottom-up, at individual IT tasks? Or are you looking from the top-down, at business processes?…

Scaling up Robotic Process Automation (RPA) adoption - part 1

RPA is a technology that allows anyone to configure software (robots) to emulate and integrate actions normally performed by humans interacting with digital systems to execute a business process. RPA is used to automate repetitive, routine, rule-based tasks so that individuals can focus on more critical business needs. In the last four years,…

Robotic Process Automation: Critical considerations before you start

As this blog series lays out the many facets to robotic processing automation (RPA), we know RPA is one of the newest takes on automation using software bots within the front- and back-end office functions, and even involves implementing artificial intelligent bots, rapidly benefiting various types of businesses. But before chief technology officers can take the first step…

Robotic Process Automation: How to get started

Robotic process automation (RPA) covers a wide range of enterprise processes and delivers distinct competitive advantages. The RPA adoption rate is picking up in every industry. It is very high on the industry-specific process, especially in finance and accounting (F&A) functions. For RPA, the industry-specific knowledge is not necessarily mandatory, but it could be helpful. You will find the…

Robotic Process Automation: Which bots are for your business?

Robots are a unit of automation. On the manufacturing floor and in warehouses, industrial robots have transformed the landscape. Now it is time for software robots to optimize business processes. There are various types of robots, each referred to with different names depending on the vendor of choice. But rather than focus on actual names, let’s…

Robotic Process Automation: The benefits of bots are for every business

As stated in blog series part 1, robotic processing automation (RPA) is not a new concept. So, why is it getting so much traction in the marketplace? Popular research reports cite an increasingly abundant adoption of RPA for industry-specific processes in every industry domain. It is very high on finance and accounting (F&A)…

Robotic Process Automation: The newest take on automation

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is undeniably one of the most disruptive forces in digital transformation and is the next big step in related markets. As RPA robots are not industrial machines nor are they those you would see on the big screen like in Star Wars, then many find it difficult to understand the reasons behind its popularity.…