With all the hype, it may come as a surprise to you that there are multiple types of Robotic Process Automation (RPA).
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has its fair share of challenges that we need to be aware of and take steps to overcome.
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) promises to take away manual, repetitive and mundane work. RPA is an opportunity to automate all the unexciting work you have been doing and go do some exciting work!
Ensuring security and compliance is critical for RPA initiatives. The RPA tools you select has to be able to meet the security and compliance requirements of IT and Audit. Here are a a few key considerations from RPA security & compliance perspective.
Many Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendors provide free tutorials and also allow you to download their tools so that you can follow along.
Getting started with RPA is comparatively quick and easy. There is minimal disruption to your current environment. So, you can dive right in and find out if RPA helps your organization. Dive right in but do some prep work so that you can get all the benefits and can scale in future.
RPA is changing the Finance and Automation (F&A) function. It is now possible to remove most of the manual work and help talented F&A team members focus on business growth.
What is RPA? Why is RPA taking off? What are the top tools? How does it work? How can I build one? These are some of the questions I am going to answer for you here.
We now have enough data to summarize what you should consider before adopting RPA. This is thanks to the early adopters and the trials and tribulations they have gone through. If you are one of the organizations coming onboard, you can take advantage of the learnings so far.