Robotic process automation (RPA) has the potential to revolutionize your organization and boost quality, if you know how to use it.
RPA is often used for basic tasks like data entry, calculations and record maintenance, which can significantly speed up back-office processes and cut down on human error.
2 RPA strategies
RPA providers claim using their technology can save organizations up to 60-80%, and a new report from the Hackett Group predicts RPA adoption will explode in the next few years.
When looking to implement RPA, there are two keys to keep in mind:
- Choose the right opportunities. Look for tasks that use structured data with digital inputs to ensure you’re getting the most out of RPA.
- Plan out the process. Be aware of how you’ll use RPA and what changes it might bring to your daily tasks. Always keep your expectations realistic.