Six simple ways to get moving with RPA




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Research indicates that approximately 53 percent of companies are already well on their way to RPA adoption, and experts expect this number to rise by 72 percent within the next two years. Unfortunately, the data also suggests that as many as 50 percent of initial RPA projects fail due to poor planning, lack of adequately trained technical staff, unrealistic expectations, or other obstacles.

Businesses are keen to take advantage of a technology that is systematically transforming the business world. They are, however, wary that RPA adoption can sometimes present complex challenges without a well-defined strategy and governance structure already in place.

To harness RPA’s maximum potential, companies need a carefully crafted, methodical approach for execution. Optimized deployment of Robotic Process Automation relies on the understanding and execution of six well-established stages:

  1. Learn what RPA is and what it is not
  2. Identify potential RPA opportunities
  3. Select initial use cases and define success criteria
  4. Pilot solution for initial use case
  5. Measure results and document lessons learned
  6. Expand to next use case and repeat pilot, measure and expand steps

Download this whitepaper to learn more about these stages, and ensure your RPA project is one of the success stories. 

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