The expansion of RPA deployment requires this sort of dynamic balance between skilled employees and digital technology. This is precisely what justifies the need for calling upon experienced RPA advisors to manage implementation, as well as for establishing an RPA Centre of Excellence once the system is launched.
What is robotic process automation? What results does RPA bring? What processes are eligible for automation? We are here to offer answers to all of these questions and more, through a detailed infographic about robotic process automation in 2018.
If we focus on larger businesses (i.e., with more than 500 employees), the RPA picture is yet more dense, justifying an even brighter outlook: 38% of the economic organisations surveyed had already initiated the activation of RPA programs.
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.