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Saturday, June 22, 2019

RPA Scaling Operations

Thoughts on 'Robotic Process Automation' , which reminds me of the considerable effort we did with 'knowledge systems' to improve process and results in the enterprise.  Trouble was, the approach became unwieldy to create and hard to maintain.    RPA is a better place to start, especially if you choose the domain and goals and processes involved carefully.

How is RPA Assisting Businesses in Scaling Operations?   By Mitul Makadia   

It is estimated by McKinsey & Co. that automation systems could well and truly, undertake the work of up to 140 million jobs by 2025.

Everest Group reports that Robotic Process Automation is likely to lead to a cost reduction of close to 65% with its potential to register data at the transactional level, thereby enabling decision-making which is swift, precise and predictive. Organizations that stick to a watertight RPA implementation strategy will soon outpace those who still depend on human capital for all their processes.

RPA in Business

RPA is gaining tons of traction for its promise of improving business efficiency, making employees more productive, and leading to an overall increase in profit. In spite of the benefits of RPA in enterprises for those who were the pioneers in implementing it, there are still some decision makers on the fence whether or not RPA is worth their time and effort.

Robotic process automation is a step by step undertaking that enables companies to automate routine, repetitive tasks and free their employees to focus on more fundamental ones. Besides this, there are numerous benefits to implementing it.

To separate the wheat and the chaff, we have compiled a comprehensive list of advantages businesses may enjoy as a result of using RPA.

How does RPA help enterprises? .... '

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