What is Robotic Process Automation Software?
As we enter the age of automation, more executives and business leaders are recognizing the value in automating their tedious tasks with process automation software. Business leaders can now transition employees from being the process “doers” to the process “validators,” allowing them to focus on more strategic priorities.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a kind of process automation software that can easily streamline enterprise operations and quickly reduce costs after the initial investment. So, where should you start?
RPA was created to automate business processes. Here are 63 manual processes to give examples of processes that can be automated by a software robot, or digital worker.
Purchasing and implementing digital workers is an expansion of your human workforce. This technology has paved the way for companies to take advantage of smarter, more cognitive ways to automate their business processes. This technology is readily-available today. In fact, portions of intelligent automation, like paperless workflow and case management have been here and only getting better for 20+ years. Early adopters have already adopted process automation software, and Fortune 1000 companies are already using RPA to save millions of dollars. In fact, President Trump has asked for more RPA in his 2020 budget.
Intelligent Automation resellers have certified their experts and the idea of artificial intelligence and RPA aren’t so futuristic anymore. The cost to integrate RPA into your digital transformation strategy is minimal, especially with some planning ahead. To help you think through it, download our complementary eBook, “The CIO’s Guide to RPA,” to learn more.
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