Data security is definitely one of the top priority problems on the present agenda of many organisations and governments. Discover how robotic process automation can help you implement GDPR compliance.
What are the RPA application areas, or the actions that define the goal directed interactions between you and the automation system? More specifically, what can you do by means of automated processes better than you can do with human employees?
Robotic process automation is a brave representative of a ‘new world’, a world that has learned to use its resources most efficiently, according to a wise division of labour.
In the early days of robotic process automation, it was mostly the business crews who dealt with software implementation and maintenance, with only marginal consultancy of IT practitioners. But, as the song goes, “times are a-changin’ ”.
Robotic process automation is easily adaptable to a large number of industries; it is the right glove for finance, healthcare, banking, accounting and more. RPA and the utilities industry is also one of these well matched technology - industry mixes.
2018 will not only continue the rise of RPA, but that RPA will spread across industry types, expand into operations, logistics, contact centres, etc. and begin to broaden its reach to medium and smaller companies.
Many consulting and software companies target RPA implementation in large enterprises, with tens of thousands of employees. But do these exhaustively cover the scope of automation, leaving smaller firms out of the picture?
In order to implement RPA “the smart way” and take the most advantage of it, you should be aware of the robotic process automation pitfalls from the very beginning.
27% of corporate leaders and 24.1% of compliance professionals submitted that a “lack of technological capabilities”, which includes robotic process automation, posed the greatest challenge.
These eight questions should help you start automation in a positive fashion, or at least bring you one step closer to becoming part of the increasing number of innovative companies that turn to RPA in 2018.
With inexpensive implementation costs and typically high returns on investment, a key factor driving this impressive growth rate will be the increased adoption of RPA across businesses of all sizes.
In 2017 the adoption of RPA grew globally at a higher pace than ever before. Extrapolating its growth trajectory into the near future would imply adoption as a necessary step for competitive businesses.
More and more companies decide to invest in automation. There is no need for an ‘either/or’ attitude when it comes to RPA and employees, because it seems that success in the long run belongs to a harmony between the two.
Suppose you are set on automating at least some of the dull repetitive processes in your business, to make best use of the human potential for inventive work. But what is the right plan to bring your good intention to fruition?
For better understanding the impact of RPA on the future of global economics, one should start by acknowledging the drastic demographic changes we are about to experience and their economic effects.
An all-encompassing reason to use robotic process automation is its capacity to reduce the risk of error inherent in human work. However, RPA itself must deal with security risks.
CiGen is in the news, having been featured in the Australian Financial Review article “Welcome to the New World”.
How exactly does RPA improve and increase efficiency? In this blog post, we outline five ways in which RPA can increase efficiency, irrespective of industry sector or business size.
Robotic Process Automation can help companies execute various business processes quickly and accurately at reduced costs but there has also been some fears around robots replacing the human workforce.