What is Robotic Process Automation (RPA)?
A software technology that helps automate repetitive, rule-based business processes guided by business logic and structured inputs. RPA solutions help businesses process workflow faster and more efficiently, freeing the human workforce from their mundane tasks to focus on more strategic work.
Business leaders across the globe have been harping about how automation can transform businesses and how enterprises could leverage
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to lead and win. However, the implementation of RPA hasn’t panned out the way everyone imagined it to be. More than 50% of enterprises have failed to make the best of automation and get returns on their investment. While the reasons could be many, the success of RPA is determined at various levels, from planning to execution to improvement. There are various steps in these levels that impact the implementation program.
Here are ten steps that help ensure the success of RPA implementation in an enterprise.
The objective of Robotic Process Automation is multi-faceted. On the one hand, it enables the enterprise to achieve cost optimization, efficiency, and greater ROI. On the other hand, it empowers the employees with improved productivity, agility, and engagement. As a process that transforms both humans and machines, RPA strengthens the organization’s workflow with the power of technologies. Hence it is the combined effort of people and process that makes RPA implementation a success.
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